Canonical Observability Stack Lite

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Channel Revision Published
latest/stable 11 21 Oct 2022
latest/candidate 10 21 Oct 2022
latest/beta 9 21 Oct 2022
latest/edge 18 20 Jun 2023
1.0/stable 16 21 Oct 2022
1.0/candidate 14 21 Oct 2022
1.0/beta 13 21 Oct 2022
1.0/edge 12 21 Oct 2022
juju deploy cos-lite --channel edge
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Charms in the Canonical Observability Stack Lite bundle

Alertmanager K8S
Catalogue K8S
Grafana K8S
Loki K8S
Prometheus K8S
Traefik K8S

Highly-integrated, low-operations observability stack powered by Juju and Microk8s.

The Canonical Observability Stack (COS Lite) gathers, processes, visualizes, and alerts on telemetry signals generated by workloads running both within, and outside of, Juju.

By leveraging the topology model of Juju to contextualize the data, and charm relations to automate configuration and integration, it provides a low-ops observability suite based on best-in-class, open-source observability tools.

For Site-Reliability Engineers, Canonical Observability Stack provides a turn-key, out-of-the-box solution for improved day 2 operational insight.

In this documentation

Get started - a hands-on introduction for new users deploying COS.
How-to guides
Step-by-step guides covering key operations and common tasks
Concepts - discussion and clarification of key topics
Technical information - specifications, APIs, architecture

Project and community

The Canonical Observability Stack is a member of the Ubuntu family. It’s an open source project that warmly welcomes community projects, contributions, suggestions, fixes and constructive feedback.

Thinking about using the Canonical Observability Stack for your next project? Get in touch!

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