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Discover 5 Top Database Management Solutions developed by Startups

by StartUs Insights on Mar 18, 2022

Discover 5 global database management startups & scaleups in this data-driven report & learn how their solutions impact your business!


Superset BI with Victoria Metrics

by cer6erus on Sep 22, 2021

Superset is gaining popularity among users especially Business/Product Owners and people who would like to create Business Intelligence graphs. Unfortunately it does not support Prometheus protocol at the moment of writing, therefore can not be used for DevOps’ish or Telemetry BI. This can be resolved with a very popular in Data Scientists circles data aggregation framework— Trino. It allows us to gather and transform data from different sources. Let’s see how it can help us extract data from VM and pass it into Superset for plotting and visualisation.


Choosing a Time Series Database for High Cardinality Aggregations

by Abios Gaming Engineering on Sep 14, 2021

We have used Grafana and Prometheus for our operational insights, which collects performance metrics for us to see how our systems are performing. However, when we wanted to determine specific request patterns, we ran into issues related to high cardinality labelling. After some testing, the most promising results for resolving the issue have been using VictoriaMetrics.


Install and configure VictoriaMetrics on Debian

by VULTR on Sep 1, 2021

VictoriaMetrics is a fast, cost-effective, and scalable monitoring solution and time-series database. VictoriaMetrics can be used for long-term remote storage for Prometheus. VictoriaMetrics is written in the Go programming language, so it installs without any external dependencies.


Push Prometheus metrics to VictoriaMetrics or other exporters

by Python Awesome on Jul 31, 2021

prometheus-push-client: Push metrics from your periodic long-running jobs to the existing Prometheus/VictoriaMetrics monitoring system.


Scaling to trillions of metric data points

by Razorpay Engineering on Jul 30, 2021

As a fintech organization, we move billions of dollars every month. Our customers and merchants have entrusted us with a paramount responsibility. To handle our ever-growing business, building a robust observability stack is not just “nice to have”, but absolutely essential. And all of this starts with better monitoring and metrics.


Monitoring of multiple OpenShift clusters with VictoriaMetrics

by Rafal Szypulka, IBM Garage on Jul 1, 2021

In this article, I will describe a simple setup of centralized monitoring based on VictoriaMetrics for a couple of OpenShift clusters.


VictoriaMetrics vs OpenTSDB

by John Seekins on Jun 29, 2021

I’ve written a number of times recently about TSDBs at $JOB. For the last few years, we’ve been using OpenTSDB. It’s been…a mixed bag. Let’s get into how much happier we are with VictoriaMetrics…


API Monitoring With Prometheus, Grafana, AlertManager and VictoriaMetrics

by NordicAPIs on Jun 9, 2021

When you integrate your software with bank APIs, you open a range of possibilities. But how do you control all of this? How can you monitor the services that support these interactions? Are they working correctly? The answer to these questions is monitoring, which can be achieved using Prometheus, AlertManager, Grafana, and VictoriaMetrics.


Compiling a Percona Monitoring and Management v2 Client in ARM: Raspberry Pi 3 Reprise

by Agustín Gallego, Percona on May 26, 2021

In this follow-up blog to Compiling a Percona Monitoring and Management v2 Client in ARM Architecture, we will show what changes are needed to get the latest versions of PMM working on ARM architecture. The latest versions will need the vmagent for supporting the newly added VictoriaMetrics functionality.


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