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Nov 30, 2018 | By Trent White
Lots to catchup on this week after taking a break for Thanksgiving, so let’s dive in! This week we share the video from the ‘Logging is coming to Grafana’ talk, an article on how Stack Overflow tackles monitoring, a shout out from AWS re:Invent 2018, and a plugin preview for Timestream, Amazon’s new TSDB for IoT apps.
Nov 29, 2018 | By Julie Dam
Quality assurance is a priority at Evolution Gaming, the world leader in live casino gaming, and as Andrejs Kalnacs, Lead Software Developer in Test, said during his GrafanaCon EU talk in March, Grafana has been a game changer. While Kalnacs and his team have found Grafana to be invaluable in many areas, here are three best practices they’ve learned throughout their journey.
Nov 16, 2018 | By Trent White
This week we released Grafana v5.3.4 which includes an important security fix, so we recommend you update your instance today. Also in this issue of TimeShift we share the first group of confirmed GrafanaCon LA speakers, and tell you about 5 plugins that have been recently updated.
Nov 13, 2018 | By Carl Bergquist
Today we are releasing Grafana 5.3.3 and 4.6.5. These patch releases include an important security fix for all Grafana installations between 4.1.0 and 5.3.2. We also release 5.3.4 at the same time containing some fixes and improvements that we have been holding off for a while to release 5.3.3.
Nov 9, 2018 | By Trent White
The team was busy speaking at events in Europe and the US this week, showing off new Grafana features and talking about what’s to come. Check out the presentation on logging in Grafana below; we’ll share the video once it’s available. Also in this week’s issue we have 2 new plugins to share, and your weekly dose of Grafana related blog articles and videos.
Combining Jsonnet and Terraform allows you to write many dashboards in no time - in a reproducible way. And even to create basebricks for multiple dashboards and reuse them at will.
Significant amounts of time have been invested in performance testing and analysis of OpenStack. In this talk I share how we use Grafana and many other Open Source tools to monitor the performance of an OpenStack Cloud while benchmarking.
GrafanaCon EU 2018: Using Postgres, Prometheus and Grafana for Storing, Analyzing and Visualizing Metrics
In this talk, we take a somewhat heretical stance in the monitoring world, and describe why and how we chose to use PostgreSQL as a Prometheus backend to support complex queries (and get a full SQL interface).