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How to Run Prometheus at Scale With Global Visibility (APAC)


The easy way to get the most out of Prometheus

Prometheus has become an indispensable metrics solution, especially with Kubernetes. But Prometheus has some limitations that can make it tricky to detect and resolve issues. Only 15 days of retention prevents long term analysis, while single node architecture can lead to downtime and data loss. And the lack of a global view makes it all too easy to create data silos.

New Relic’s Telemetry Data Platform, our managed, elastic time series platform, can ingest data from any source, including Prometheus. With Telemetry Data Platform, your data is highly-available in one global view—and you get 13 months of durable retention.

Telemetry Data Platform’s native Grafana integration even allows you to keep your existing dashboards and alerts, so you can offload the burden of managing the back end and get more from Prometheus at the same time.

In this webinar, we’ll cover how to:

  • Set up New Relic’s Prometheus remote write integration
  • Set up New Relic’s Grafana integration
  • Query Prometheus metrics within the New Relic UI

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