In my earlier tutorials, I’ve explained how you can set up your own Prometheus and Grafana containers with Docker, and how you can configure them for Spring boot and nginx. A nice feature of Istio, is that it comes with Prometheus and Grafana out of the box. Additionally, they’re already set up to collect certain […]
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Last time, we’ve set up Minikube with Istio, and we’ve deployed our application using Kubernetes. Today, we’ll see how we can use Kiali with Istio to visualise our service dependencies.
A while ago, I wrote a tutorial about deploying your static web project on nginx using Docker. Today, we’ll go a bit further, and see how we can monitor what’s happening on nginx, by using Prometheus and Grafana.
Monitoring is an essential aspect to the maintainability of applications, it’s no surprise that there are many platforms out there that allow you to properly monitor your applications. Usually, monitoring platforms work by using a time series database, which is a database optimised for time-based information, such as application metrics. Then on the other hand […]
This article is outdated since the release of Spring boot 2.0. If you’re interested in a more up-to-date setup, make sure to read my new tutorial about monitoring Spring boot applications with Micrometer, Prometheus and Grafana. Monitoring is an essential aspect to the maintainability of applications, it’s no surprise that there are many platforms out there that […]