Linkerd Metrics for Prometheus Alerting

Linkerd metrics are great for alerting. Naseem Ullah discusses his Linkerd — Alerting On Error Rates blog post and why he decided to write a how-to guide on the topic at our monthly Linkerd Community Meeting. Migrating their alerting system from a paid tool to an open source stack, Naseem’s team now has a much more consistent alerting strategy and confidence that his service is providing users with a fantastic experience.

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