Udemy – Learn Amazon Prometheus in 1 day
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Start to learn Amazon Managed Services for Prometheus (AMP) through real hands-on alone with practical AWS skills.
What you’ll learn
Know the concept and know how to use Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP)
Learn how to ingest your data to Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP) in different scenarios
Learn the basic troubleshooting concept when using AMP
Since the idea of Cloud Native introduced, Prometheus become a popular monitoring and gradually be integrated into a part of containerized application eco-system. Right now, Prometheus is a leading open-source monitoring solution with an active developer and user community. It has a multi-dimensional data model that is a great fit for time series data collected from containers.
In the end of 2020, Amazon Web Services launched Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP) – a fully-managed service is 100% compatible with Prometheus, that makes it easy to monitor containerized applications at scale.
What will you learn from this course?
Learn Prometheus and concepts – basic and difference between Amazon Prometheus
Real use case – Learn how to ingest your metrics to Amazon Prometheus, including Kubernetes and private networking scenario by doing real world hands-on, which can be applied to your team
Troubleshooting skills – Learn how to do basic troubleshooting skills when ingesting your data
(Please check out the list of lectures for detailed breakdown of each area.)
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Who this course is for:
Site Reliability Engineer
If you want to know how to use Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP)