Grafana and Graphite from Beginner to Advanced (3rd Edition)
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- Installing Grafana, Graphite and StatsD on Windows, Mac and Ubuntu
- Installing Grafana manually or using Docker
- Creating modern looking static or dynamic dashboards
- Setting up notations and alerts
- Integrate Grafana with MySQL
- Integrate Grafana with InfluxDb
- Integrate Grafana with ElasticSearch
- Building your own StatsD client using C#, Powershell and Bash
- Integrate Grafana with SQL Server
- A Windows, Mac or Ubuntu computer
The only COMPLETE course for Grafana is here. Take this leading course now and learn all about Grafana and Graphite. Develop your skill base and grow your career prospects.
If you are a DevOps engineer, learning Grafana is essential for you. Rated as the number 1 monitoring tool for 2019, Grafana and Graphite transform how enterprise data is collected, visualized and used.
Grafana is a powerful framework with the ability to create and display dashboards. When paired with Graphite, an enterprise data collection and visualization system, it analyses key information about your business, infrastructure, applications and web sites.
Confidently using these tools will change how a business is able to view their vital metrics. Having these skills allows DevOps engineers and developers to take their career to the next level.
In this course, I will teach you how to:
Use Grafana and Graphite, including how to setup the tools on Mac and Windows desktops, as well as on an Ubuntu server
Create professional dashboards with various panels and variables
Integrate Grafana with Graphite, MySql, Sql Server, ElasticSearch, AWS CloudWatch or InfluxDB etc...
Analyse and annotate data to highlight important data trends and metric values
Send alert notifications to channels such as Email and Slack.
Plus so much more
No pre-requisite knowledge is required to complete this course, but a positive attitude and a willingness to learn is a must!
Questions are always welcome from students and can be asked in the Q&A section of the course. I endeavour to respond to these quickly so I can create an engaging learning environment for my students.
I look forward to seeing you in the course!
- DevOps engineers
- Solution Architects
Grafana is an open source metric analytics & visualization suite. It is most commonly used for visualizing time series data for infrastructure and application analytics but many use it in other domains including industrial sensors, home automation, weather, and process control.
In this lecture you will learn about Grafana, its components and the way it works.
This lecture shows you that how you can display data of different types e.g. Money ($) and Energy (Watts) can be displayed on one Graph Panel at the same time
Sometimes when there are two or more series on a Graph panel, if a series is much smaller than the other series the small series will not be visible because it will get scaled down too much. In this lecture I will show you that how you can increase the visibility of data on a Graph panel
Elasticsearch is a no-SQL database and an indexing platform built on top of Lucene. It can be used for storing data and querying it in an enterprise level. Paired with Kibana and Logstash it can be used for storing application and server logs as well. Using Grafana you can visualize the data and logs that you have in Elasticsearch
InfluxDB is used as a data store for any use case involving large amounts of timestamped data, including DevOps monitoring, application metrics, IoT sensor data, and real-time analytics.
It provides high performance, SQL-like queries, as well as ability to downsampling and data retention.
One way of authenticating external users is OAuth. Google is a major identity provider which is reliable too. Many companies use Google Suite to manage their users and identities. These companies would like to authenticate their Grafana users against Google. In this lecture we learn that how external users can be authenticated using an OAuth provider such as Google.
Many companies use Active Directory or other LDAP compatible directory services to manage their users, so they would prefer to authenticate their Grafana users with the existing directory users too.
In this video we will learn that how we can configure Grafana to authenticate users against a given Directory Service such as Microsoft Active Directory