SQL for observability¶
Ramon Guiu of Timescale making a point, learn about Observability Powered by SQL: Understand Your Systems Like Never Before With OpenTelemetry Traces and PostgreSQL.
Improving Code Design With OpenTelemetry — A Practical Guide by Roni Dover of digma.ai is an interesting hands-on article on the topic.
My colleagues Vikram Venkataraman, Imaya Kumar Jagannathan, Rodrigue Koffi, Munish Dabra, Ramesh Kumar Venkatraman and I introduced the Amazon EKS Observability Accelerator, a set of Terraform modules for EKS clusters, to monitor specific workloads using Prometheus and Grafana.
Exciting news from the OpenTelemetry project: metrics were declared ready for use and we made our AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry generally available, for metrics (by Bryan Aguilar, Eric Hsueh, and Anthony Mirabell and yours truly).
Observe the observer¶
In How We Built Alert Rules, Runbooks, and Dashboards to Observe Our Observability Tool Ramon Guiu strikes again, sharing some good practices around Promscale.
Node exporter 101¶
Tyler Owen has another installment of his series: check out Observability, Part 4 — Node Exporter.
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