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Do you have a nagging feeling that your monitoring could be improved but you just aren t sure how This is the book for you Monitoring Monitoring explains what makes your monitoring less than stellar and provides a practical approach to designing and implementing a monitoring strategy from the application down to the hard A good introductionrefresher to monitoring notions and facets it is heavy in concepts and light in examples

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Practical Monitoring

Ware in the datacenter and everything in betweenIn the world of technical operations monitoring is core to everything you do In today s changing landscape of microservices cloud infrastructure and monitoring is experiencing a new surge of growth bringing along new methodologies new ways of thinking and new toolsComplete The book is very good for beginners and also for people who wants to have a structured reference for monitoring First part of the book goes over the principles patterns and anti patterns and related fields on call incident management statisticsSecond part give nice overall on different applications of monitoring Business KPIs frontend application server network and securityThe balance of chapters can be improved on some chapters especially on network the author goes into very detailed information with solid recommendations and on some chapters are not in the same detail There is a part at the end which gives a nice assessment on a sample application Couple examples would show better reasoning of decisions made on different environmentsOverall I think this is a nice book that covers a wide area and summarises the information into an easily digestible read

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With a primer on statistics and a monitoring vocabulary this book helps you identify the main areas you need to monitor and shows you how to approach them It s ideal for operations engineers system administrators system and software engineers site reliability engineers network engineers and other operations professionals I feel like this is one of those books that can be foundational on ones bookshelf I m not well read enough to know if the concepts here are discussed better elsewhere but the concepts here were exactly as I would have expected In an area that s often conflated and misrepresented I found the authors transition from theory to practical examples perfectI m glad to have invested my time in this book I suspect it will pay dividends


10 thoughts on “Practical Monitoring

  1. says:

    This book is very abstract Most chapters were like introductions into topics but actual topics were not developed I've missed actual best practices shared personal experience I've missed exact tools named with explanations why those were picked

  2. says:

    A short and easy book that can uickly give you very basics of monitoring or help a bit with organizing what you already know if you have a bit of experience with application monitoring

  3. says:

    A good introductionrefresher to monitoring notions and facets; it is heavy in concepts and light in examples

  4. says:

    Was it easy to read Not as fun and well written as Elouent Ruby but still uite an easy read for a technical book What I liked about it It really delivered what it promised It is a concise guide to the basics of monitoring Covering broad range of topics starting from patterns and antipatterns and going through different areas frontend monitoring application monitoring server monitoring etc Though I was already

  5. says:

    A brilliant information dense book on monitoring that does justice to the subject While it only covers the philosophy with pointers an

  6. says:

    The book is very good for beginners and also for people who wants to have a structured reference for monitoring First part of the book goes over the principles patterns and anti patterns and related fields on call incident

  7. says:

    Fulfills its promise it's supposed to be an introductory level book about monitoring that doesn't cover any particular technology it's exactly that Even so it's not boring but well structured tidy enough to help in organizing further researchI agree with both how the elephant is sliced with particular prioritiessuggestions regardi

  8. says:

    I feel like this is one of those books that can be foundational on ones bookshelf I’m not well read enough to know if the concepts here are discussed better elsewhere but the concepts here were exactly as I would

  9. says:

    Good starter kit to get teams thinking about monitoring If you're in a cloud environment the section on network monitoring probably won't be relevant but this would be a good resource to use as a springboard for exploring o

  10. says:

    Good book Gives a high level overview about Monitoring and the various aspects of it It is good for someone who is beginning to build a website

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