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Monitoring of servers and applications in a DC/OS cluster is a need that becomes particularly evident as clusters grow over time in size, number of users and/or number of running applications. There are a plethora of options for monitoring a DC/OS cluster, including many open-source and commercial solutions from different vendors.

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Many of them can be installed directly from the DC/OS Universe, making it straightforward to try them for your particular use case and run them in your infrastructure.

In this blog, we will describe how to install and configure a DC/OS monitoring stack composed of three open source components that can be used together in order to gather, export, store and display detailed metrics about the hosts, applications and containers in your DC/OS cluster.

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