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You probably already know that Kubernetes is the leading container orchestration system. And according to the most recent CNCF study, you’re likely already using it for production workloads or considering it for the year ahead. The 2021 study found that an astounding 96% of respondents are using Kubernetes or are planning to use it in the near future …

Welcome to the third and final post of our series about metrics. First, we deep-dived into the four types of Prometheus metrics; then, we examined how metrics work in OpenTelemetry; and finally, we are now putting the two together—explaining the differences, similarities, and integration between the metrics in both systems. We decided to round off the series by …

Spring Boot is a very popular microservice framework that significantly simplifies web application development by providing Java developers with a platform to get started with an auto-configurable, production-grade Spring application. In this blog, we will walk through detailed steps on how you can observe a Spring Boot application, by instrumenting it with Prometheus and OpenTelementry and by collecting and correlating logs, …

According to a recent CNCF survey, 86% of the cloud native community reports that they use Prometheus for observability. As Prometheus becomes more of a standard, an increasing number of developers are becoming fluent in PromQL, Prometheus’ built-in query language. While it is a powerful, flexible, and expressive query language, PromQL is typically only able …

Image the following. It’s 9.00. You just finished the daily stand-up. Time to get into deep focus mode and build that next feature. Or perhaps Huddle with your backend buddy and get some positive energy by getting praise for yesterday’s code. Are dashboards really on top of your mind then? But suddenly … something happens. …

Prometheus is considered the de facto standard for Kubernetes application metrics, but running it yourself can strain engineering time and infrastructure resources when your usage grows. In March, we announced the general availability of Google Cloud Managed Service for Prometheus to help you offload that burden, and today, we’re excited to announce a new low-cost, …

Editor’s note: Today we hear from Maisons du Monde, a furniture and home decor company that was founded in France over 25 years ago. They have 357 stores across France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Portugal, and are a Google Cloud customer. They worked with their Customer Engineer, Adrien Aflalo, to …

By Abereham Wodajie + Chris Voss Guest post by Abereham Wodajie and Chris Voss, Software Development Engineers at Xbox Cloud Gaming, Microsoft Xbox Cloud Gaming is Microsoft’s game streaming service with a catalog of 100’s of   games available in 26 markets around the world. So far, more than 10 million people around the world have …

We are excited to announce that Google Cloud Managed Service for Prometheus is now generally available! Now you can get all the benefits of open source-compatible monitoring with the ease of use of Google-scale managed services. The rapid adoption of managed platforms and services across the cloud computing industry has shown that fewer and fewer …

We’re excited to announce the general availability of the LogDNA Agent 3.3, which introduces Linux and ARM64 support to our Rust Agent. This new support in our Rust Agent provides improved performance and enables a few features previously only available for our Kubernetes customers, such as various configurations within the Agent and the ability to …