Link: The Anatomy of a PromQL Query

July 14, 2020

The Anatomy of a PromQL Query (via) is a very clear and nice explanation of what goes into a PromQL query. It covers both the elements (metrics, functions, and so on) and the Prometheus data types you use (such instant vectors and range vectors). This is a very useful article because while PromQL is solidly documented, it doesn't have a concept overview that's as clear and straightforward as this.

Written on 14 July 2020.
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