In this eighth installment of the series covering my journey into the world of cloud-native observability, I’m continuing to explore an open-source project called Perses. If you missed any of the previous articles, head on back to the introduction for a quick update.

After laying out the groundwork for this series in the initial article, I spent some time in the second article sharing who the observability players are. I also discussed the teams that these players are on in this world of cloud-native o11y. For the third article, I looked at the ongoing discussion around monitoring pillars versus phases. In the fourth article, I talked about keeping your options open with open-source standards. In the fifth article in this series, I talked about bringing monolithic applications into the cloud-native o11y world. In my sixth article, I provided you with an introduction to a new open-source dashboard and visualization project and shared how to install the project on your local developer machine. In the previous and seventh article, I explored the API and tooling provided by the Perses project.

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