Metric Store provides a persistent storage layer for metrics sent through the Loggregator subsystem.
What is Metric Store?
Metric Store is multi-tenant aware (the auth proxy ensures that you only have access to metrics from your apps), easy to query (it is compatible with the PromQL), and has a powerful storage engine (the InfluxDB storage engine has built-in compression and a memory-efficient series index).
Multi-tenant aware: Application developers have access to their own metrics
Ubiquitous query language: Metric Store is compatible with PromQL and Prometheus API Query endpoints
Powerful storage engine: The InfluxDB storage engine has built-in compression and a memory-efficient series index
Metric Store offers multi-node deployments, data replication, hinted handoff, and load balancing in a highly-available configuration.
What's in the Metric Store documentation?
The documentation for Metric Store provides information about how to install, configure, use, and monitor Metric Store.
- Metric Store
Gives a detailed overview of Metric Store
- Installing Metric Store
Explains how to install Metric Store
- Using Metric Store
Explains how to configure and use Metric Store
- Monitoring Metric Store
Explains how to monitor Metric Store
For information about new features, compatibility, component versions, and resolved and known issues, see the release notes for the latest release.
Using the Metric Store documentation
The Metric Store documentation in HTML reflects the latest update release of each Metric Store version. For example, v1.6 contains updates for all v1.6.x releases. All the documentation comes in PDF format, which you can access by selecting the Download PDF icon on any page in the HTML documentation.
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