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Spring Boot and Micrometer with Prometheus Part 5: Spinning up prometheus

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Previously we got our Spring Boot Application adapter in order to expose the endpoints for prometheus.This blog will focus on setting up prometheus and configure it in order to server the Spring Boot Endpoints.So let’s get started by spinning up the prometheus server using docker. Before proceeding on spinning up prometheus we need to supply a configuration file to pull ...

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Monitor applications using Prometheus Operator on Kubernetes

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You can make the Prometheus configuration aware of the Kubernetes environment your applications are running in. I’ve described how to do that manually, in a previous blog post. Prometheus Operator is an extension to Kubernetes that manages Prometheus monitoring instances in a more automated and effective way. Prometheus Operator allows you to define and manage monitoring instances as Kubernetes resources. ...

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Discover applications running on Kubernetes with Prometheus

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Prometheus supports scraping multiple instances of an application. Applications that run in orchestrated environments require to be discovered dynamically, since their IP addresses will change. Prometheus can be configured to use the Kubernetes API to discover changes in the list of running instances dynamically. The following shows a minimalistic Prometheus example of instrumenting an application with multiple pod instances. Prometheus ...

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