This description provides information about a repackaged open-source software product, Prometheus, for which additional charges apply for support and maintenance by AskforCloud LLC. Prometheus is described as an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit that originated at SoundCloud. It is highlighted as being 100% open source and community-driven, with all components available under the Apache 2 License on GitHub.
The description outlines key features of Prometheus, including its multi-dimensional data model, PromQL query language, independence from distributed storage, support for time series data collection via a pull model over HTTP, support for pushing time series data via an intermediary gateway, and the ability to discover targets through service discovery or static configuration. It also mentions that Prometheus stores metrics as time series data with associated timestamps and optional key-value pairs called labels.
The disclaimer emphasizes that the virtual machine offer contains free and open-source software, with trademarks owned by their respective owners. It clarifies that AskforCloud LLC does not offer a commercial license for Prometheus, which is instead licensed under the Apache License 2.0 and is a registered trademark of The Linux Foundation.
Users interested in this product should be aware of the additional charges for support and maintenance provided by AskforCloud LLC.