Metrics monitoring system – Yandex.Cloud
Automatic metric collectionYandex Monitoring automatically collects metrics for your cloud resources, without any additional effort on your and dashboardsYou can create a separate chart based on multiple metrics or combine all metrics for your application in a single rvice dashboardsYandex Monitoring has preconfigured dashboards for for data exportThe service supports the REST API. Visualize exported metrics and track your cloud and on-premise infrastructure in a single your own metricsYou can upload metrics from applications deployed in to the service or use local data and notificationsYou can configure notifications to be sent when metric thresholds are reached. Get notifications by email or SMS and subscribe other ions and answersWhat is a metric? Metrics show a change of some value over time. For example, the resource status of a service: the amount of used disk space, network data transfer rate, and so cumentationMetrics show a change of some value over time. For example, the resource status of a service: the amount of used disk space, network data transfer rate, and so cumentationHow do I create a unified monitoring system? You can download metrics from using the API and visualize them in your corporate monitoring system. Alternatively, you can upload your own metrics for applications running in a local or cloud environment to Yandex Monitoring and create a cumentationYou can download metrics from using the API and visualize them in your corporate monitoring system. Alternatively, you can upload your own metrics for applications running in a local or cloud environment to Yandex Monitoring and create a cumentationWhat is alerting? Alerting notifies users of critical changes in metrics. This lets you respond and fix the problem in time. The service calculates the metric value and compares it with the threshold value once per minute. When the function value reaches the threshold, it notifies the user by email or cumentationAlerting notifies users of critical changes in metrics. When the function value reaches the threshold, it notifies the user by email or cumentation
Yandex Monitoring – Documentation
Yandex Monitoring lets you collect and store metrics and display them as charts on tting startedStart monitoring your metricsStep-by-step instructionsInstructions on how to perform routine operationsConceptsLearn about basic concepts and service functionsAgent for delivering metricsSet up delivery of system metrics or application metrics via Yandex Unified AgentQuery languageDescription of query language for converting metricsAlertingSet up metric change alertsAPI referenceHTTP API method descriptionsQuotas and limitsTechnical and organizational limitations of the serviceAccess managementConfigure access rights to work with the servicePricing policyService pricing and cost calculations
Overview | Yandex.Cloud – Documentation
How the service worksYandex Monitoring lets you collect and store metrics and display them as charts on dashboards.
Yandex Monitoring automatically collects data on the status of your resources in and displays them on service dashboards. You can use the API to upload custom metrics.
Use Yandex Monitoring to:
Track the status of your services in on service dashboards. This lets you monitor the current load on resources and plan an increase in quotas.
Upload your own metrics using the API. You can place the metrics of your application and the metrics of resources it uses on a single dashboard.
Download resource metrics and custom metrics using the API.
Create dashboards and charts to display metrics in a way that’s convenient for you.
How the service works
The Yandex Monitoring service collects and stores metrics as time series. The service uses labels to identify and describe the time series characteristics. They indicate whether a metric belongs to the service, describe the meaning of metrics, and so on. For more information, see Data model.
Yandex Monitoring displays metrics on charts. You can place a large number of interrelated charts on dashboards. For more information, see Visualization.