Kubernetes cluster monitoring with Prometheus with a grafana dashboard

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I need a Kubernetes cluster monitoring with Prometheus with a grafana dashboard. I need to complete this for my project. I know what kubernetes is and how it works on a normal Linux system. I have a few doubts:

  1. What is Grafana?
  2. What is Prometheus?

I am sorry if this is a very stupid question but I need immediate help! 

Thanks in advance!

Oct 23, 2019 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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Hey, You can actually just google Grafana and Prometheus. But since you've asked, here I go:

Every application or website or even an organization produces a lot of data. The emergence of data science has proved that finding patterns and connections amongst these data can give you a better insight into building the product/business better. Grafana is an open-source solution for running data analytics, pulling up metrics and cool customizable dashboards. Grafana connects with most of the databases.

Prometheus is a monitoring tool. It's an open-source tool is written mostly in Golang and partly on Ruby. It is funny Docker compatible.
answered Oct 23, 2019 by Eric

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