VictoriaMetrics is a fast and easy-to-use monitoring solution and time series database. It integrates well with existing monitoring systems such as Grafana, Prometheus, Graphite, InfluxDB, OpenTSDB and DataDog - see these docs for details.
The most common use cases for VictoriaMetrics are:
- Long-term remote storage for Prometheus;
- More efficient drop-in replacement for Prometheus and Graphite
- Replacement for InfluxDB and OpenTSDB, which uses lower amounts of RAM, CPU and disk;
- Cost-efficient alternative for DataDog.
We are glad to announce the availability of Managed VictoriaMetrics at AWS Marketplace - try it right now!
Managed VictoriaMetrics allows users running VictoriaMetrics at AWS without the need to perform typical DevOps tasks such as proper configuration, monitoring, logs collection, access protection, software updates, backups, etc.
We run Managed VictoriaMetrics instances in our environment at AWS while providing easy-to-use endpoints for data ingestion and querying. And the VictoriaMetrics team takes care of optimal configuration and software maintenance.
Managed VictoriaMetrics comes with the following features:
- It can be used as a Managed Prometheus - just configure Prometheus or vmagent to write data to Managed VictoriaMetrics and then use the provided endpoint as a Prometheus datasource in Grafana;
- Every Managed VictoriaMetrics instance runs in an isolated environment, so instances cannot interfere with each other;
- Managed VictoriaMetrics instance can be scaled up or scaled down in a few clicks;
- Automated backups;
- Pay only for the actually used compute resources - instance type, disk and network.
See more about Managed VictoriaMetrics in the following articles: