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Alerts are defined using the same powerful query language described above. A separate binary, the Alertmanager, handles alert notifications and aggregations and enables silencing by any label set. If an alert fires, Alertmanager can send an email or page you through an external alerting service like PagerDuty. Nagios plugin is also offered as a bridge from the parts that are already monitored by Prometheus to the existing Nagios alerting set-up that many companies have in place. See More
Prometheus fundamentally stores all data as time series: streams of timestamped values belonging to the same metric and the same set of labeled dimensions. Timestamps have a millisecond resolution, while values are always 64-bit floats. The metric name specifies the general feature of a system that is measured. For example, a metric to count the total number of HTTP requests received by an API server might be called api_http_requests_total. Adding labels (key/value pairs) to this metric enables Prometheus's dimensional data model: any given combination of labels for the same metric name results in a separate time series. See More
A multi-dimensional data model, so that data can be sliced and diced at will, along dimensions like instance, service, endpoint, and method.
Unlike the default system monitors found in Ubuntu or Gnome Shell, Glances shows a lot of information all in one place instead of having to click through tab after tab. This makes cursory glances at one's stats a lot easier and less time-consuming. See More
Conky is editable to the point that there is almost no limit to the designs one can use to display the type of information one wants. Not only are there thousands of themes available on sites like deviantart and gnome-look, but a user can create any type of look they like with a little bit of know-how and imagination. See More