This guide will quickly get you up to speed on the core concepts of Shoreline, important terminology, and how you can begin using the platform in your environments.
The custom-built, operations-oriented language called Op powers most of Shoreline. Use the Op CLI and many effective Op commands -- or even pre-configured Op Packs -- to begin configuring Shoreline's auto-remediation throughout your collection of Resources.
Metrics are Op commands that explore the abundance of data from your Resources. Shoreline has over 150 standard Metrics and the ability to create your own via Metric queries. Metric queries are the most common way to fire Alarms.
That is the high-level picture of how Shoreline integrates with your entire fleet to provide efficient, automatic remediation.
Below are the recommended first steps to get your feet wet with Shoreline.
- Installation - Locally install the Op CLI and remotely install Shoreline Agents
- Op - An overview of the Op language
- Auth - Learn how to authorize with your Shoreline cluster
- Access Control - Configure user permissions and grant roles to other members of your team
- Resource - Learn how to query Resources
- Metrics - An overview of how Metrics help monitor and evaluate your fleet
- Alarms - Learn how to create your first Alarm using either built-in or custom Metrics
- Actions - Create an Action to help resolve your new Alarm
- Bots - Discover how to connect your Alarm and Action via a Bot