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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Prometheus

When we first launched OpenFaaS, you may have noticed that one of the deployments was called Prometheus.

Prometheus is one of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation projects we have been discussing in previous chapters. Originally built by SoundCloud, it has quickly become the new standard for collecting metrics on container-based installations—you can find out more at the project's website at https://prometheus.io/.

This is logging some basic stats for the OpenFaaS gateway we have been calling throughout the chapter; you can open Prometheus by running one of the two commands (remember, open does not work on Windows):

$ open http://$(minikube ip):31119/$ minikube service prometheus-external

Once opened, you will be presented with ...

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