grafana 9.4.3

grafana 9.4.3


Grafana is a popular open-source platform for visualizing and analyzing data from various sources. It is used by organizations of all sizes to create custom dashboards, alerts, and visualizations for various metrics and logs. Grafana allows users to integrate with numerous data sources, including databases, cloud services, and even IoT devices. With its intuitive user interface and extensive customization options, Grafana has become a go-to choice for developers and data analysts alike, helping them to gain deeper insights and make data-driven decisions. Whether you need to monitor server performance, analyze application logs, or track customer engagement, Grafana provides the tools and flexibility to create the dashboards and visualizations you need.

  • Support for multiple data sources including Prometheus, InfluxDB, Elasticsearch, and more.
  • Customizable and interactive dashboards with various visualization options including charts, graphs, tables, and maps.
  • Alerting and notification system with support for multiple channels like Slack, Email, PagerDuty, and more.
  • User-friendly and powerful query editor to build complex queries with ease.
  • Integration with various third-party tools and plugins to extend its capabilities.
  • Role-based access control and security features to manage users and permissions.

  • Monitoring and visualizing the performance and health of IT infrastructure, applications, and services in real-time.
  • Analyzing and exploring data from various sources like databases, cloud services, IoT devices, and more to gain insights and make informed decisions.

  1. Install Grafana on your system or use the hosted version.
  2. Connect to one or more data sources and configure them in Grafana.
  3. Create a new dashboard and select the data source.
  4. Add panels and choose the visualization type.
  5. Customize the dashboard layout, theme, and style.
  6. Configure alerts and notifications if required.
  7. Save and share the dashboard with other users.

  • Grafana is written in Go and uses AngularJS, React, and D3.js for front-end development.
  • It supports various operating systems like Windows, Linux, macOS, and Docker containers.
  • Grafana uses plugins to extend its functionality and supports both official and community plugins.
  • It supports various authentication methods including OAuth, LDAP, and OpenID.
  • Grafana supports integration with various data sources like Prometheus, InfluxDB, Graphite, Elasticsearch, and more.
  • It uses a SQL-like query language called Grafana Query Language (GQL) to retrieve data from data sources.

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