Grafana

2014
New York, NY, USA
Sep 11, 2019   |  By Michelle Tan
The goal of Grafana has always been to help people feel in control of their observability infrastructure. Users come in with an alert; that takes them to a dashboard; they use ad hoc querying; and then they use log aggregation or distributed tracing to come up with a fix that will resolve an incident or issue.
Sep 9, 2019   |  By Goutham Veeramachaneni
At Grafana Labs, we are always working on optimizing query time on our Grafana Cloud hosted metrics platform, which incorporates our Metrictank Graphite-compatible metrics service, and Cortex, the open source project for multitenant, horizontally scalable Prometheus-as-a-Service.
Sep 5, 2019   |  By Leonard Gram
With the recent release of Grafana 6.3 substantial refactoring and improvements to plugins, external auth systems, and permissions have been introduced in Grafana Enterprise. Let’s take a look at some of the latest Enterprise features here.
Sep 4, 2019   |  By Leonard Gram
We are building Grafana Labs to be a sustainable open source company. In addition to maintaining the open source project and community around Grafana, we offer paid products that help make that possible. Grafana Enterprise was introduced over a year ago and adds features needed by enterprise-level organizations. In this blog post we’ll discuss some of those features and how we decide what goes into Grafana Enterprise.
Sep 3, 2019   |  By Torkel degaard
Before Grafana, there was Kibana 3. Kibana was revolutionary when it came out, because it allowed you to use Elasticsearch in a very new way, for log analytics and not just normal document search, and to build dashboards without writing JSON documents. It had this nice UI, which let you drag panels around. But editing panels was a little tricky; you could only edit them in this sort of fullscreen modal. Still, it was really good for its time.
Mar 20, 2019   |  By Grafana
Paul Dix, CTO and co-founder of InfluxData gives an overview and demo of the new InfluxDB 2.0 at GrafanaCon LA 2019.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Learn about the newest features of Grafana v6.0 including Grafana Loki, Prometheus-inspired, open source logging in Grafana, the new explore workflow, new cloud data sources and more!
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Daniel Lee discusses native support for the major cloud platforms, and highlights popular plugins from the Grafana community.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
This talk covers experience and thoughts about how to approach the monitoring and management of cloud-native systems. It will draw both from observations of the opportunities provided by systems like Kubernetes as well as from practical hands-on experience from building real monitoring systems. With luck it will provide both experiences from the past, and inspirations for the future.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Nikki Attea talks about one of the endless permutations of metrics software you can pair with Sensu. She'll show you how to collect data using Sensu check output metric extraction, transform that data with a Sensu InfluxDB Handler, store the data in an InfluxDB time series database and visualize that data on a Grafana dashboard.