VictoriaMetrics

San Francisco, CA, USA
2018
  |  By Roman Khavronenko
Monitoring can get expensive due to the huge quantities of data that need to be processed. In this blog post, you’ll learn the best ways to store and process monitoring metrics to reduce your costs, and how VictoriaMetrics can help. This blog post will only cover open-source solutions. VictoriaMetrics is proudly open source. You’ll get the most out of this blog post if you are familiar with Prometheus, Thanos, Mimir or VictoriaMetrics.
Internally, VictoriaMetrics makes heavy use of sync.Pool, a data structure built into Go’s standard library. sync.Pool is intended to store temporary, fungible objects for reuse to relieve pressure on the garbage collector. If you are familiar with free lists, you can think of sync.Pool as a data structure that allows you to implement them in a thread-safe way.
  |  By Jean-Jerome Schmidt-Soisson
We’re happy to announce that we now offer a free trial of our VictoriaMetrics Enterprise solution! Designed to help solve an organisation’s monitoring and observability set ups, no matter the scale, VictoriaMetrics Enterprise provides reliable, secure and cost-efficient monitoring. The free trial of VictoriaMetrics Enterprise is perfect for organisations with large data loads, for whom cost-efficient monitoring is mission-critical.
  |  By Fred Navruzov
Welcome to the third chapter of the handbook on Anomaly Detection for Time Series Data! This series of blog posts aims to provide an in-depth look into the fundamentals of anomaly detection and root cause analysis. It will also address the challenges posed by the time-series characteristics of the data and demystify technical jargon by breaking it down into easily understandable language.
This blog post is also available as a recorded talk with slides.
Relabeling is an important feature that allows users to modify metadata (labels) of scraped metrics before they ever make it to the database. As an example, some of your scrape targets may generate metric labels with underscores (_), and some of your targets may generate labels with hyphens (-). Relabeling allows you to make this consistent, making database queries easier to write.
VictoriaMetrics is an open-source time-series database (TSDB) written in Go, and I’ve had the pleasure of working on it for the past couple of years. TSDBs have stringent performance requirements, and building VictoriaMetrics has taught me a thing or two about optimization. In this blog post, I’ll share some of the performance tips I’ve learned during my time at VictoriaMetrics.
  |  By Jean-Jerome Schmidt-Soisson
We’re happy to announce a landmark 320% growth in 2023! VictoriaMetrics, our open source time series database and monitoring solution, already hit 268 million downloads this year (still counting), and received close to 13,000 stars on GitHub.
  |  By Fred Navruzov
Welcome to the second chapter of the handbook on Anomaly Detection for Time Series Data! This series of blog posts aims to provide an in-depth look into the fundamentals of anomaly detection and root cause analysis. It will also address the challenges posed by the time-series characteristics of the data and demystify technical jargon by breaking it down into easily understandable language. This blog post (Chapter 2) is focused on different types of anomalies.
  |  By Fred Navruzov
Welcome to the handbook on Anomaly Detection for Time Series Data! This series of blog posts aims to provide an in-depth look into the fundamentals of anomaly detection and root cause analysis. It will also address the challenges posed by the time-series characteristics of the data and demystify technical jargon by breaking it down into easily understandable language. This blog post (Chapter 1) is focused on.
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Watch the recording of our 3rd quarterly meet up with the following agenda.
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Watch the recording of our 2nd virtual meet up of the year during which we announced the new VictoriaLogs!
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Watch the recording of the first VictoriaMetrics User Meet Up in 2023 live-streamed on our YouTube Channel. Our Founders team discussed Q1 2023 highlights, including features highlights, the 2023 roadmap for VictoriaMetrics, a first introduction to the upcoming VictoriaLogs - and we finished the meet up with an 'Ask Me Anything' session. Thanks for all the questions and the discussion! Enjoy the recording :-)
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Monitoring is the key to successful operation of any software service, but commercial solutions are complex, expensive, and slow. Let us show you how to build monitoring that is simple, cost-effective, and fast using open source stacks easily accessible to any developer.
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Welcome to the recording for the first VictoriaMetrics User Meet Up live-streamed on our YouTube Channel. Our Founders team discussed 2022 highlights, including features highlights, the 2023 roadmap for VictoriaMetrics, discussed the latest & greatest on Managed VictoriaMetrics - and we finished the meet up with an 'Ask Me Anything' session. Thanks for all the questions and the discussion! Enjoy the recording :-)
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
This video walks you through the inner workings of VictoriaMetrics: All combined and in a nutshell, VictoriaMetrics boasts: Enjoy the video and let us know if you have any questions via the comments section.
  |  By VictoriaMetrics
Watch this video for a high level introduction to VictoriaMetrics, the open source time series database & monitoring solution as well as the company of the same name.
  |  By OSDNConf
Building a company around free software product is not something new. What's less common is creating a company in order to build a free software product. This talk will cover our story of creating time series database, the lessons we learned, the mistakes we made. The free software world has changed over the last years. The one thing remains essential - importance of community, people who use the product.
  |  By Percona
Recently, #PMM replaced Prometheus with #VictoriaMetrics. In the talk we want to cover the motivation behind this transition, the architecture and internals of PMM and technical details of the replacement. The talk is going to be held by members of both organizations who took a part in migration: #Percona and VictoriaMetrics.
  |  By Hasgeek TV
This talk will be about the problems with the Vanilla Prometheus architecture and how to solve metrics at scale using victoria metrics. The speaker will touch base on all the victoria metrics components, best practices for monitoring infrastructure.

VictoriaMetrics is a fast, cost-effective and scalable open source monitoring solution and time series database typically used for processing high volumes of data and for long term data storage. Discover our state-of-the-art, open source monitoring and observability solutions that deliver incredible performance, ease of use, scalability and (cost-)efficiency.

Our Products:

  • VictoriaMetrics is a fast and scalable open source time series database and monitoring solution that lets users build a monitoring platform without scalability issues and minimal operational burden.
  • VictoriaMetrics Enterprise is the fastest open-source monitoring solution and time series database supercharged with custom features, expert architectural guidance and priority support.
  • Monitoring of Monitoring: For the most well-tuned system, let our MoM service do the monitoring of your monitoring and detect, mitigate and prevent potential issues before they become major problems.
  • Managed VictoriaMetrics is an easy-to-configure-and-run solution that removes the extra complexity and maintenance burden typically associated with open source time series database and monitoring solutions.

We Make Monitoring Simple & Reliable For Everyone.