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Jun 10, 2021   |  By Grafana Labs Team
GrafanaCONline 2021 is off to a great start! Tune in live (for free!) or sign up to get notified about on-demand access to all the session recordings, which will be available after GrafanaCONline ends. If you didn’t get a chance to watch yesterday’s presentations, here’s what you missed on Day 2 of the conference.
Jun 9, 2021   |  By Joe Elliott
It’s exciting to see a project that you’ve poured so much time into progress at the rate Tempo has. Tempo is not the first piece of software I have shepherded from the very first line of code to a production release, but it is the first large-scale open source project I have led. Working with a community that is able to use and improve your software as a community is a powerful thing.
Jun 9, 2021   |  By Grafana Labs Team
GrafanaCONline 2021 is live! Join us over the next two weeks for more than 30 virtual sessions, ranging from demos of the new Grafana 8.0 release and technical deep dives around Grafana, Prometheus, Loki, and Tempo to insider looks at how companies are leveraging Grafana in observability, IoT, science, and business intelligence. GrafanaCONline 2021 runs through June 17.
Jun 8, 2021   |  By Torkel Ödegaard
Another GrafanaCON(line), another major release! And as I shared in the opening keynote today, Grafana 8.0 is the biggest, baddest release yet!
Jun 8, 2021   |  By Ali Gerrard
In addition to all the great talks from community members about their use cases, GrafanaCONline 2021 will include a number of sessions with the Grafana team about the latest features and use cases for Grafana. Throughout the week, we’ll continue to unveil new features, go deeper with live demos, and share our plans about the future of Grafana.
Jun 7, 2021   |  By Ryan Geyer
We are happy to announce that the NGINX integration is available for Grafana Cloud, our composable observability platform bringing together metrics, logs, and traces with Grafana.
Jun 3, 2021   |  By Julie Dam
Being able to get the big picture and immediately pivot between siloed data is one of the key values Grafana Cloud provides. Our composable observability platform integrates Prometheus and Graphite metrics, Loki logs, and Tempo traces with Grafana — and also allows you to draw data in from other sources of your choice concurrently.
Jun 1, 2021   |  By Gabriel Antunes
We are happy to announce that the RabbitMQ integration is available for Grafana Cloud, our composable observability platform bringing together metrics, logs, and traces with Grafana. RabbitMQ is one of the most popular open source message brokers, used worldwide at both small startups and large enterprises. It is easy to deploy on premises and in the cloud, and supports multiple messaging protocols.
May 28, 2021   |  By Amnon Heiman
Amnon is a Software Engineer at ScyllaDB. Amnon has 15 years of experience in software development of large-scale systems. Previously he worked at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Amnon holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le' Israel and an MBA from Tel Aviv University. Many products that report internal metrics live in the gap between reporting too little and reporting too much.
May 27, 2021   |  By Giordano Ricci
I recently got a couple of Philips Hue Play lights to spice up my home office setup, and after a bit of tinkering with the APIs, I decided it would be a fun project to create my own personal NOC room, using them to visualize the status of some system I’m monitoring.
May 10, 2021   |  By Grafana
Grafana Labs is the open & composable observability company. In just over 6 years, our namesake product, Grafana, has become the world's #1 dashboarding service for time series data with over 6 million users. And we've been recognized as a leader in the space. Grafana Labs has built the world's first open & composable observability stack -- and it's natively designed for monitoring hybrid-cloud, container, and microservices environments.
Mar 2, 2021   |  By Grafana
Correlation between metrics, logs, and traces should be as effortless as possible. This helps you make better decisions and actions. The Grafana Labs open-source observability stack enables powerful correlations between your metrics, log, and traces. The key here is to have consistent metadata across the three pillars of observability. Let me demo you how this works in this video.
Feb 19, 2021   |  By Grafana
Grafana Labs just announced Grafana Enterprise Logs or GEL as part of the new Grafana Enterprise Stack. GEL is built on top of Grafana Loki and comes out of the box with enterprise-grade security, administration, and collaborative features. GEL Enables you to offer Loki-as-a-Service for your organization - on a huge scale.
Jan 25, 2021   |  By Grafana
At Grafana Labs, we believe you should unify your data, not your database. We want to help you with your observability, not own it But what if you have multiple teams using multiple open source and commercial solutions? Not a problem. To give an example, here is a quick demo of Splunk, Elastic, and Loki logs combined into one UI in #Grafana This is more than a dashboard; it's a composite panel with transformations of all three sources Your teams should be able to use best-of-breed technologies rather than being locked into one
Dec 14, 2020   |  By Grafana
Loki doesn't index your logs, and that is a very different approach than popular full-text search engines like Elasticsearch or Solr That sounds like a huge constraint. How can you do powerful searches if you don't index the log lines? After this video, you now know how to use Loki's "filter" capability for forensic troubleshooting. Happy searching!
Oct 28, 2020   |  By Grafana
Grafana Loki v2.0 is here. It's an exciting feature-packed release. Loki's slogan - Prometheus, but for logs - is more true than ever before. In today's video, we'll take a quick look at my favorite top 3 features. Loki dashboard animation created by Dave Schmid
Jul 8, 2020   |  By Grafana
Get a sneak preview of a future version of Grafana Loki that enables you to generate ad-hoc metrics from your log data. This video features a Loki-based web analytics dashboard, which uses the access logs of the popular open-source web server NGINX. Every panel on this dashboard uses ad-hoc metrics created with Loki, well, besides the Log panel obviously. Would this be useful for your use-case? Let us know in the comments.
Jun 30, 2020   |  By Grafana
In this webinar, Marcus will show you how to get started using Grafana. He’ll walk you through the Grafana user interface while showing how to set up monitoring for a web service that uses Prometheus and Loki to store metrics and logs. You’ll learn how to connect, explore, and correlate data in Grafana to gain valuable insights into your application. This webinar requires no previous experience with Grafana.
May 29, 2020   |  By Grafana

The GrafanaCONline schedule is here: https://grafana.com/about/events/grafanacon/2020/#schedule
Presenters will take and answer questions after the presentations in our #grafanaconline channel in our public slack: https://slack.grafana.com/

Grafana provides a powerful and elegant way to create, explore, and share dashboards and data with your team and the world. Grafana is most commonly used for visualizing time series data for Internet infrastructure and application analytics but many use it in other domains including industrial sensors, home automation, weather, and process control.

Grafana has a robust plugin architecture built for extensibility. Visualize data from more than 40 data sources, including commercial databases and web vendors, and add new graph panels with rich data visualization options. There is built in support for many of the most popular time series data sources. It works with Graphite, Elasticsearch, Cloudwatch, Prometheus, InfluxDB and more.

Grafana Labs is the company behind Grafana, the leading open source software for visualizing time series data. Grafana Labs helps users get the most out of Grafana, enabling them to take control of their unified monitoring and avoid vendor lock in and the spiraling costs of closed solutions.