Performance Monitoring Essentials Booklet – Elasticsearch Edition
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[This article was written by Mick Emmett]
Elasticsearch is booming. Together with Logstash, a tool for collecting and processing logs, and Kibana, a tool for searching and visualizing data in Elasticsearch (aka the “ELK stack”), adoption of Elasticsearch continues to grow by leaps and bounds. In this detailed (and free!) booklet Sematext DevOps Evangelist, Stefan Thies, walks readers through Elasticsearch and ELK stack basics and supplies numerous graphs, diagrams and infographics to clearly explain what you should monitor, which Elasticsearch metrics you should watch. We’ve also included the popular “Top 10 Elasticsearch Metrics” list with corresponding explanations and screenshots. This booklet will be especially helpful to those who are new to Elasticsearch and ELK stack, but also to experienced users who want a quick jump start into Elasticsearch monitoring.
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When it comes to actually using Elasticsearch, there are tons of metrics generated. The goal of creating this free booklet is to provide information that we at Sematext have found to be extremely useful in our work as Elasticsearch and ELK stack consultants, production support providers, and monitoring solution builders.
Topics, including our Top 10 Elasticsearch Metrics
Topics addressed in the booklet include: Elasticsearch Vocabulary, Scaling a Cluster, How Indexing Works, Cluster Health – Nodes & Shards, Node Performance, Search Performance, and many others. And here’s a quick taste of the kind of juicy content you’ll find inside: a dashboard view of our 10 Elasticsearch metrics list.
This dashboard image, and all images in the booklet, are from Sematext’s SPM Performance Monitoring tool.
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