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What is Netdata?
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Quickstart: Single-node monitoring
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Recent updates and new content
Develop a custom data collector in Python
Learn how write a custom data collector in Python, which you'll use to collect metrics from and monitor any application that isn't supported out of the box.
How to use any StatsD data source with Netdata
Learn how to monitor any custom application instrumented with StatsD with per-second metrics and fully customizable, interactive charts.
Unsupervised anomaly detection for Raspberry Pi monitoring
Use a low-overhead machine learning algorithm and an open-source monitoring tool to detect anomalous metrics on a Raspberry Pi.
LAMP stack monitoring (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) with Netdata
Set up robust LAMP stack monitoring (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) in just a few minutes using a free, open-source monitoring tool that collects metrics every second.
Kubernetes monitoring with Netdata: Overview and visualizations
Learn how to navigate Netdata's Kubernetes monitoring features for visualizing the health and performance of a Kubernetes cluster with per-second granulrity.
Netdata Cloud features rich, zero-configuration Kubernetes monitoring for the resource utilization and application metrics of Kubernetes (k8s) clusters.