Configuring your project for Cloud Monitoring
Configure Cloud Monitoring to let you view metrics for multiple Google Cloud projects and AWS accounts.
Collecting metrics from your VMs using agents
Install, configure, and manage an agent to collect metrics from your VMs and third-party integrations.
Using uptime checks
Configure uptime checks to monitor your system's availability around the world.
Using alerting policies
Create alerting policies and notification channels.
Using dashboards and charts
Create ad-hoc charts for any metric collected by your project with Metrics Explorer. For a persistent monitoring tool, create charts for a dashboard.
Collecting metrics from on-premises and hybrid cloud
Use Blue Medora's BindPlane to collect metrics from common application components, on-premise systems, and hybrid cloud systems and send them to Cloud Monitoring.
Reading metric data
Use the Cloud Monitoring API to retrieve time-series data.
Browsing metric and resource types
Use the Cloud Monitoring API to retrieve information about metric and monitored-resource types.
Using custom metrics
Create your own custom metrics to use with Cloud Monitoring. Read and browse both custom and built-in metrics.
Using resource groups
Define and monitor groups of resources, such as VM instances, databases and load balancers.
Using Metrics Explorer
Use Metrics Explorer to retrieve and chart time-series data.
Using Monitoring Query Language (MQL)
Use MQL, a text-based query language, to incrementally build and debug complex queries for time-series data.
Identify service-level indicators (SLIs) and set up service-level objectives (SLOs) to monitor the performance of your services.
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