Eric D. Schabell: Open Source Edinburgh Meetup - Getting Started with Prometheus Workshop

Monday, April 24, 2023

Open Source Edinburgh Meetup - Getting Started with Prometheus Workshop

Next month I'm heading back to Edinburgh to speak at the Open Source Edinburgh Meetup about how to get started with Prometheus.

With over 700 members, this group is spot on for the topic I'm presenting. Sharing the open source cloud native observability tooling and how to get started with it should resonate well with this audience. 

On 11 May 2023 I'll be at the offices of Scott Logic (just down the hill from Edinburgh Castle) and the meetup details where placed online this week.

From the organizers:

We are pleased to announce the date for our next Open Source Edinburgh meetup and we're looking forward to welcoming you back for our first event of the year.

In addition to our fabulous speakers, our resident hosts from Scott Logic, Colin Eberhardt (CTO) and Oliver Cronk (Technology Director), will be updating us on the latest things happening in the open source community.


17:30 // Food, drinks and networking

18:00 // Welcome and introduction // Colin Eberhardt and Oliver Cronk, Scott Logic

18:05 // 'Getting Started with Prometheus' // Eric Schabell

18:40 // Break

19:00 // 'Beyond Barriers: Empowering underrepresented women through Open Source' // Tandy Nicole

19:30 // Event close/networking drinks

Be sure to register for the event by RSVPing on the meetup group site. The details of my talk are here below.

Getting Started with Prometheus

Come and learn about Prometheus, a free and open source systems monitoring and alerting tool kit that enables you to discover, collect, and query your observability data. Prometheus is designed to help engineers and site reliability engineers (SREs) who are interested in moving away from proprietary instrumentation and getting started with open source observability. After watching this talk, you will be invited to join a self-paced, free, and online workshop. During the workshop, you will install Prometheus, collect metrics, and learn how to effectively run it in your observability stack. (online workshop

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

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