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The Alertmanager handles alerts sent by client applications such as the Prometheus server. It takes care of deduplicating, grouping, and routing them to the correct receiver integration such as email, PagerDuty, or OpsGenie. It also takes care of silencing and inhibition of alerts.

The following describes the core concepts the Alertmanager implements. Consult the configuration documentation to learn how to use them in more detail.

Grouping categorizes alerts of similar nature into a single notification. This is especially useful during larger outages when many systems fail at once and hundreds to thousands of alerts may be firing simultaneously.

Example: Dozens or hundreds of instances of a service are running in your cluster when a network partition occurs. Half of your service instances can no longer reach the database. Alerting rules in Prometheus were configured to send an alert for each service instance if it cannot communicate with the database. As a result hundreds of alerts are sent to Alertmanager.


As a user, one only wants to get a single page while still being able to see exactly which service instances were affected. Thus one can configure Alertmanager to group alerts by their cluster and alertname so it sends a single compact notification.

Grouping of alerts, timing for the grouped notifications, and the receivers of those notifications are configured by a routing tree in the configuration file.

Inhibition is a concept of suppressing notifications for certain alerts if certain other alerts are already firing.

Example: An alert is firing that informs that an entire cluster is not reachable. Alertmanager can be configured to mute all other alerts concerning this cluster if that particular alert is firing. This prevents notifications for hundreds or thousands of firing alerts that are unrelated to the actual issue.

Inhibitions are configured through the Alertmanager's configuration file.

Silences are a straightforward way to simply mute alerts for a given time. A silence is configured based on matchers, just like the routing tree. Incoming alerts are checked whether they match all the equality or regular expression matchers of an active silence. If they do, no notifications will be sent out for that alert.

Silences are configured in the web interface of the Alertmanager.

How to Transpose Data in Excel: Turn Rows into Columns

How to Transpose Data in Excel: Turn Rows into Columns (vice versa)

Reorganizing data in a spreadsheet can be a pain. Especially when you have to make big changes that a simple copy-and-paste won’t fix.

One of the common tasks that fall into this category is transposing—turning rows into columns, or columns into rows.

Without any special help from Excel, that takes a long time. But Excel has some built-in transposing capabilities that make the process easier.

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Before we start, let’s make sure we know exactly what transposing is.

In short, transposing is taking a row and turning it into a column, or a column and turning it into a row . Some people call this “rotating” a row or column.

row and turning it into a column, or a column and turning it into a row

The leftmost cell in a row will always become the topmost cell in a column, and the topmost cell in a column will always become the leftmost cell in a row.

This ensures that column and row labels are always in the right place.

There are a couple ways we can transpose data in Excel. Before we get into them, grab the free sample workbook so you can try it yourself!

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