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Grafana Tempo 2.4 release: TraceQL metrics, tiered caching, and TCO improvements

Grafana Tempo 2.4 is here and comes with a stack of new features and enhancements to help improve performance and operational capabilities. Check out the video above, which highlights the new experimental TraceQL metrics feature that creates metrics from traces, and continue reading to get a quick overview of all the latest updates in Tempo. If you’re looking for something more in-depth, don’t hesitate to jump into the Grafana Tempo 2.4 release notes or the changelog.

How to Manage Kubernetes Resources and Costs with Grafana Cloud

To help optimize your Kubernetes resources (and the costs associated with them), Kubernetes Monitoring in Grafana Cloud offers features to manage and monitor Kubernetes resources and, in return, your observability bills. In this video, we'll show you how Kubernetes Monitoring helps you: ☁️ Grafana Cloud is the easiest way to get started with metrics, logs, traces, dashboards, and more. We have a generous forever-free tier and plans for every use case.

New TraceQL metrics feature in Grafana Tempo 2.4

In this video, you'll see a deep dive demo into the experimental TraceQL metrics feature in Grafana Tempo 2.4. We'll show you how to use TraceQL metrics to do both root cause and impact analysis as well as other use cases, such as determining how many database queries are downstream of your application. ☁️ Grafana Cloud is the easiest way to get started with metrics, logs, traces, dashboards, and more. We have a generous forever-free tier and plans for every use case.

Getting started with Pyroscope: Intro to continuous profiling

Grafana Pyroscope is a multi-tenant continuous profiling aggregation system, aligning its architectural design with Grafana Mimir, Grafana Loki, and Grafana Tempo. It facilitates the ingestion, storage, and querying of profiles and seamlessly integrates with Grafana, enabling a cohesive correlation of profiling data with existing metrics, logs, and traces.

Kubernetes Monitoring: How to Get Started in Grafana Cloud | Grafana

Start monitoring your Kubernetes cluster in less than 3 minutes! This is a quick but comprehensive guide for getting started with Kubernetes Monitoring in Grafana Cloud. Ideal for both beginner and experienced users, you'll see a step-by-step approach for installing the Helm chart on your Kubernetes cluster so you can validate the health and integrity of your infrastructure. Helpful links: ☁️ Grafana Cloud is the easiest way to get started with metrics, logs, traces, dashboards, and more. We have a generous forever-free tier and plans for every use case.

How to Detect Infrastructure Anomalies with Kubernetes Monitoring in Grafana Cloud | Grafana

This video provides a comprehensive guide to initiating Kubernetes monitoring within Grafana Cloud, detailing a straightforward, step-by-step approach for installing the Helm chart on your cluster. It further ensures that you can validate the health and integrity of the data underpinning the solution, setting a solid foundation for effective monitoring practices. Ideal for both beginners and experienced users, this tutorial is designed to streamline your monitoring setup process with precision and ease.

Grafana Cloud updates: AI for incident response, Enterprise plugins, Kubernetes alerting, and more

At Grafana Labs, we’re constantly shipping new features to help our users get the most out of Grafana Cloud. In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of all the Grafana Cloud news, updates, and improvements you should know about.

How to monitor a home VPN from anywhere with Grafana Cloud

I’m a senior solutions engineer here at Grafana Labs, but I recently found myself trying to solve a real-world problem in my homelab. The issue was, I have some services running there and I want to be able to access my home network when I’m away. Of course, I had to make sure my network remains safe when I do that, so I decided to deploy a simple and secure VPN.

The Leading Reporting Dashboard Examples

Dashboards provide an enhanced view of your most critical business metrics. With the majority utilizing both real-time and historical data, they enable you to promptly respond to current trends as well as accurately forecast for the future. Also, reporting dashboards excel when compared to static reports, in regards to presenting data and objectives to stakeholders.