Limited time offer: A Beginner's Guide to collectd eBook

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With a growing need for IT infrastructure monitoring, metrics have emerged as a way to gain insight to the trends and problems within your IT environment, especially when it comes to performance monitoring.

collectd is an open source daemon that collects system and application performance metrics. With this data, collectd can work alongside another system monitoring tool, such as Splunk, to help identify trends, issues and relationships you may not be able to observe.

This e-book gives you a deep dive into what collectd is and how you can begin incorporating it into your organization’s IT monitoring strategy.

Download your complimentary copy of “A Beginner’s Guide to collectd” to learn how to:

  • Get and configure collectd
  • Analyze collectd data
  • Use Splunk and collectd together to analyze large amounts of infrastructure data

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