Prometheus is a monitoring and alerting tool that is typically installed on a dedicated server or virtual machine. However, Bluehost is a shared hosting provider, which means you don't have direct access to the server's operating system.
Since Bluehost doesn't provide direct access to server resources, you won't be able to install Prometheus directly on Bluehost. Instead, you might consider using a different hosting provider or using a cloud-based solution like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), or Microsoft Azure, where you have more control over the server environment and can install Prometheus.
Alternatively, you can use a hosted Prometheus solution like Prometheus-as-a-Service (PaaS) providers, which offer managed Prometheus instances that you can integrate with your application without worrying about server management.
It's essential to check the Bluehost terms of service and acceptable use policy to determine what is allowed regarding third-party monitoring or management tools.