What is infrastructure monitoring?¶
Infrastructure monitoring is the process of monitoring the performance, health, and availability of a system's underlying infrastructure components, such as servers, network devices, storage systems, and databases.
Infrastructure monitoring involves collecting and analyzing various types of data, including server resource utilization, network traffic patterns, disk usage, and database query performance. This data is typically gathered by specialized software tools that can provide real-time alerts and visualizations to help administrators quickly identify and diagnose issues.
Monitoring your infrastructure with FusionReactor¶
Keep your environments up-to-date and optimized with FusionReactor’s infrastructure monitoring, which provides metrics, visualizations, and alerts.
FusionReactor helps teams communicate and troubleshoot more effectively by covering a wide range of popular technologies, deploying easily, and maintaining minimal maintenance. With our detailed Infrastructure dashboards you get coverage of every stack and the ability to identify issues before they cause downtime or performance degradation, allowing you to take corrective actions proactively.
Identify and resolve performance issues, improving the overall performance of the system.
Keep track of historical events, even if the infrastructure no longer exists.
Improve troubleshooting by comparing metrics, traces, and logs from across the stack with one click.
Keep your queries mathematically accurate and precise.
Reduced costs by avoiding system downtime and reducing the need for reactive maintenance.
Integration allows you to ingest vital metrics to monitor the health of your entire infrastructure, with metrics from all aspects of your application stack.
Metric exporters are libraries that expose integration metrics to an agent such our Observability Agent, which allows you to send data to one or more data collection endpoints
Ingest data into FusionReactor Cloud¶
Setting up the Grafana agent is a simple procedure that gives additional insight into your product and the metrics it produces, so you can quickly investigate and pinpoint issues.
Kubernetes allows developers to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications across a cluster of nodes, providing features such as load balancing, automatic scaling, self-healing, and rolling updates.
To make things easier for you, we have introduced Kubernetes monitoring in FusionReactor Cloud. With this tool, you can automate many of the manual tasks and focus on getting the most out of your Kubernetes monitoring.
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