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Infrastructure Metrics: Storage Overview
Infrastructure Metrics: Storage Overview

Learn about how to work with Infrastructure Metrics Storage in

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What is Infrastructure Metrics Storage?

Infrastructure metrics storage refers to the storage and management of data related to the performance and health of an organisation's IT infrastructure. This data typically includes a wide range of metrics and measurements collected from various components of the infrastructure, such as servers, networking devices, storage systems, and cloud resources. Infrastructure metrics storage serves several purposes, including monitoring, troubleshooting, capacity planning, and ensuring the overall reliability and efficiency of IT operations.

Working with Infrastructure Metrics Storage

From your dashboard scroll down to find ‘Infrastructure Metrics.’ Navigate towards the middle card between ‘Ingestion Pipeline’ and ‘Visualizers’ to find further details about your Infrastructure Metrics ‘Storage’.

Infrastructure Metrics: Storage

Looking further into the capabilities of the Infrastructure Metrics Storage section. Here, you can view your Victoria Metric Nodes.

Victoria Metric Nodes

VictoriaMetrics is an open-source, high-performance, and cost-effective monitoring and time-series database system that is often used for storing and querying time-series data, such as metrics and logs, in a distributed environment. In VictoriaMetrics, the term nodes refers to the individual instances or containers that make up a VictoriaMetrics cluster or deployment. For your Victoria Metrics Nodes, you can inspect the current version, and view each individual instance and its health, size and number of cores.

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