When using UQL, you may need to align your metric points to create a meaningful chart. This topic explains the concept of alignment and how to use it in UQL queries.
Use Cloud Observability to monitor performance of you services.
It's easy to get started with Cloud Observability. Sign up for an account; send logs, metrics, and traces; and see data flow into Cloud Observability.
Learn how metrics, tracing, Microsatellites, the SaaS platform, and the web UI work to analyze 100 percent of unsampled transaction data from distributed, deep systems to produce complete end-to-end traces and robust metrics that explain performance behaviors and accelerate root cause analysis.
Cloud Observability has several tools that help you in all your observability flows, whether it's continual monitoring, triaging an incident, correlation analysis, or managing your team's observability practices.
You can create notebooks for ad-hoc queries, post-mortems, runbooks, collaboration, or anytime you want to keep a record of an investigation.
Query logs, metrics, and spans in Cloud Observability using the Unified Query Builder or Unified Query Language.
Learn how to query your metric and span data in Cloud Observability using the Unified Query Builder.