Grafana

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2014
Nov 30, 2022   |  By Trevor Jones
The much-anticipated release of Grafana Tempo 2.0, which we previewed at ObservabilityCON 2022, will represent a huge step forward for the distributed tracing backend. Among the biggest highlights will be TraceQL, a first-of-its-kind query language that makes it easier than ever to find the exact trace you’re looking for. There’s supposed to be a video here, but for some reason there isn’t. Either we entered the id wrong (oops!), or Vimeo is down.
Nov 29, 2022   |  By Grafana Labs Team
Welcome to Grafana 9.3! Get Grafana 9.3 In our continued efforts to make Grafana more accessible and easier to use, we are excited to showcase new updates to improve navigation, introduce localization, and much more. Read our What’s New documentation to learn all about the latest release and for more details, refer to the changelog.
Nov 28, 2022   |  By Trevor Jones
Brazil’s Banco Itaú is the largest bank in Latin America, so when performance and uptime issues impact its applications, the reverberations can be massive. “It can impact the whole economy of Brazil. It can damage other banks’ business too,” Ana Paula Genari Martin, SRE manager at Banco Itaú, said in her recent ObservabilityCON talk. And keeping those applications running is no small feat, considering the size of their digital operations.
Nov 23, 2022   |  By Michelle Tan
It’s hard to think of a use case that Grafana hasn’t been used for. When Torkel Ödegaard launched the Grafana open source project with his first commit in December 2013, “my goal was to make time series data accessible for a wider audience, to make it easier to build dashboards, and to make graphs and dashboards more interactive,” he said.
Nov 22, 2022   |  By Ryan Melendez
Until recently, Grafana Cloud users had to rely on API keys to read and write data to and from the composable observability platform. These API keys had minimal features, which limited administrators’ ability to manage account access on a granular level. We’re keenly aware of these shortcomings, and we’ve been working to overhaul and replace these API keys with something more flexible, more reliable, and more secure.
Nov 21, 2022   |  By Grafana Labs Team
California-based Medallia captures feedback signals — in-person interactions, customer surveys, call centers, social media, etc. — to help businesses improve their customer experience. In much the same way, the company’s Performance and Observability Engineering team captures observability signals to optimize the experience for internal users.
Nov 18, 2022   |  By Grafana Labs Team
Over the course of two decades, Adform grew from a dream between friends huddled in a basement to a leading advertising tech platform powering more than 25,000 clients worldwide. Success brought external accolades, but it also created the need for internal innovation to support the company’s continued growth. In 2018, Adform was still operating in startup mode, which meant developers and teams cherry-picked the tools that worked best for them.
Nov 17, 2022   |  By Emily Rager
The shift toward building modern applications as a collection of API-driven services has many benefits, but let’s be honest, simplified monitoring and troubleshooting is not one of them.
Nov 15, 2022   |  By Matias Chomicki
As part of the Grafana 9.2 release, we’re making it easier to create dynamic and interactive dashboards with a new and improved Grafana Loki query variable editor. Templating is a great option if you don’t want to deal with hard-coding certain elements in your queries, like the names of specific servers or applications. Previously, you had to remember and enter specific syntax in order to run queries on label names or values.
Nov 14, 2022   |  By Joey Bartolomeo
A big piece of news to come out of ObservabilityCON in early November was the launch of Grafana Phlare. Phlare is an open source, horizontally scalable, highly available, multi-tenant continuous profiling aggregation system. Continuous profiling has been dubbed the fourth pillar of observability, after metrics, logs, and traces. The idea behind Phlare was sparked during a company-wide hackathon at Grafana Labs.
Nov 30, 2022   |  By Grafana
This video shows how to collect front end telemetry and how to efficiently test front end telemetry using Grafana and k6 tooling.
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Grafana
A step-by-step guide to getting started with Grafana Phlare, a new open source database for continuous profiling at massive scale.
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Grafana
In this video, we will review the advantages of continuous profiling, the difference between continuous profiling vs. traditional profiling, and how continuous profiling can fit into your overall observability strategy. You’ll also learn more about Grafana Phlare, the new open source continuous profiling database, and get a look at the latest flame graph visualization in Grafana.
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Grafana
Live from New York, it’s Grafana ObservabilityCON! Join CEO/Co-founder Raj Dutt, VP of Technology Tom Wilkie, and members of the Grafana Labs engineering team for a look at the latest developments in the open and composable LGTM (Loki-Grafana-Tempo-Mimir) observability stack. Spoiler alert: There will be some exciting announcements!
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Grafana
A quick overview of Grafana Phlare, a new open source database for continuous profiling at massive scale. Plus a look at the new flame graph panel in Grafana.
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Grafana
A brief overview about the Grafana Faro Web SDK, a highly configurable open source JavaScript agent that can easily be embedded in web applications to collect real user monitoring (RUM) data: performance metrics, logs, exceptions, events, and traces.
Sep 13, 2022   |  By Grafana
In this video, you’ll learn how Grafana Incident offers a complete incident management process out of the box in Grafana Cloud, so you can save time and focus on what’s important when things go wrong. Grafana Incident is available to all free and paid Grafana Cloud users. If you’re not already using Grafana Cloud — the easiest way to get started with observability — sign up now for a free 14-day trial of Grafana Cloud Pro, with unlimited metrics, logs, traces, and users, long-term retention, and premium team collaboration features.

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.