Monitoring with Graphite (O'Reilly)
Monitoring with Graphite (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 12 July 2017

In this practical book, author Jason Dixon examines why Graphite is one of the most popular tools for monitoring and graphing the performance of computer systems. The book helps you use this open source tool to track the operational data you need to monitor your systems and track application-level metrics for profiling your services.

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You’ll learn how to correlate all of that data with business intelligence to help you make informed decisions about your IT strategies. The target audience is system administrators and engineers, who have familiarity with managing servers or development environments from the command line.

Author: Jason Dixon
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: March 2017
Pages: 350
ISBN: 978-1491916438
Print: 1491916435
Kindle: B06XK1LXKR
Audience: System administrators
Level: Intermediate
Category: Systems Management  

 

 

  • Get an introduction to monitoring, including important concepts and terminology
  • Examine the features and functionality of key Graphite components, including Carbon and Whisper
  • Learn the typical user workflow necessary to create a basic line chart
  • Build complex charts with chained functions and multiple axes that interact directly with the rendering API
  • Understand how to use the native Graphite dashboard, as well as the more popular third-party dashboards
  • Master the art of scaling and troubleshooting high-performance or highly available Graphite clusters.

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