The Little Metrics Book
Last updated on 2016-04-04
About the Book
This is a book about a subject I love. I wrote it so that metrics doesn't become a lost art only handled by just the infrastructure people, but to make it accessible so that anyone can become such an infrastructure person and that metrics can become a cross-cutting concern within a team or organization.
At the very least, I made sure to fill it with my distilled experience you should have in order to start on the right foot. This is the stuff you can't google for. I called it a _little book_, because I value your time, and I took the extra effort to carefully pick what goes in and what goes out, so I hope that the result is a book with zero bullshit, if I may be blunt.
- Features and Fixes
- Features and Fixes
Bridging Service and Product Metrics
- Solving this Without a Metrics System
The StatsD Graphite Stack
- Graphite: When Practice Beats Theory
- StatsD: Fire and Forget
- StatsD + Graphite = <3
- That Second Metrics Stack: codahale/metrics
- Similar Systems
- Naming Metrics
- Metrics and The Playground
- Metric Wrangling
- Open Parameter Metrics
- Correlating Metrics
- Things You Can Do with Metrics
How to Build Your Own Metrics
- Framework Instrumentation
- Explicit Metrics
- Library Instrumentation
- Hooking into Existing Infrastructure
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