Grafana

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Aug 21, 2019   |  By Goutham Veeramachaneni
As we’ve rolled out Loki internally at Grafana Labs, we wanted logs beyond just simple applications. Specifically while debugging outages due to config, Kubernetes, or node restarts, we’ve found Kubernetes events to be super useful. The Kubernetes events feature allows you to see all of the changes in a cluster, and you can get a simple overview by just retrieving them: This also captures when nodes go unresponsive and when a pod has been killed along with the reason.
Aug 20, 2019   |  By Cyril Tovena
Launched at KubeCon North America last December, Loki is a Prometheus-inspired service that optimizes storage, search, and aggregation while making logs easy to explore natively in Grafana. Loki is designed to work easily both as microservices and as monoliths, and correlates logs and metrics to save users money. Less than a year later, Loki has almost 6,500 stars on GitHub and is now quickly approaching GA.
Aug 19, 2019   |  By Cyril Tovena
Launched at KubeCon North America last December, Loki is a Prometheus-inspired service that optimizes storage, search, and aggregation while making logs easy to explore natively in Grafana. Loki is designed to work easily both as microservices and as monoliths, and correlates logs and metrics to save users money.
Aug 15, 2019   |  By Cyril Tovena
Launched at KubeCon North America last December, Loki is a Prometheus-inspired service that optimizes storage, search, and aggregation while making logs easy to explore natively in Grafana. Loki is designed to work easily both as microservices and as monoliths, and correlates logs and metrics to save users money. Less than a year later, Loki has almost 6,500 stars on GitHub and is now quickly approaching GA.
Aug 14, 2019   |  By Dominik Prokop
With the release of Grafana v6.3, we are introducing a significant improvement to Loki’s log exploration workflow in Grafana Explore. Launched at KubeCon North America last December, Loki is a Prometheus-inspired service that optimizes storage, search, and aggregation while making logs easy to explore natively in Grafana. Loki is designed to work easily both as microservices and as monoliths, and correlates logs and metrics to save users money.
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
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.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Grafana Labs co-founder and CEO Raj Dutt recaps what the company has been up to since the last GrafanaCon including a recent fund raise, how Grafana Labs drives revenue, the introduction of Loki, a post-geographic, remote-first approach to hiring the best people, and where Grafana Labs is headed.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Grafana 6.0 adds a new way to explore ad-hoc queries and data. You can now view both metric and log data in Grafana.
Mar 11, 2019   |  By Grafana
Applications are complex systems. Their many moving parts, component and dependency services may span any number of infrastructure technologies and platforms from bare metal to serverless.