Description de Grafana
Analytique, suivi et visualisation pour toutes les équipes de l'entreprise. Tableaux de bord et rapports pour DevOps, IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) et AdTech.
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Bilan 1 an d'utilisation
Commentaires : Augmentation en compétences dans le dashboarding.
Qualité de l'affichage, choix d'indicateurs très variés
Prise en main difficile pour les équipes de terrain
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Commentaires : I am very happy with Grafana and it's dashboard and plotting variations of metricises.
In Grafana it's very easy to create the dashboard and plot the data at the same location from multiple resources. It supports many data sources like Prometheus and Influx database.
If we need to create custom dashboards, we need to learn JASON language.
Carlos Hugo Martin
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Experience with Grafana
Commentaires : Se ha utilizado Grafana para generar dashboards de monitoreo, pudiendo centralizar las métricas de distintas soluciones de monitoreo como Prometheus, Zabbix, etc.
The ability to generate visually attractive, efficient dashboards that help the operations area understand what is happening on the monitored platforms.
That different data sources cannot be used in the same graph at the same time, causing a visual comparison of the data to be difficult.
Grafana is the perfect software to monitor and optimize applications.
Commentaires : Implementing Grafana in my work has brought numerous benefits for me and my team. It has allowed us to identify performance issues and bottlenecks in our applications, which has led us to optimize the code and improve the user experience. The ability to share dashboards with other team members and stakeholders has improved collaboration and data-driven decision making. In addition, the configuration of alerts has helped us anticipate possible problems and reduce the time to resolve incidents.
Grafana has been an exceptional tool in my work as a lead software development engineer. It has allowed me to create custom dashboards and interactive visualizations to monitor the performance and health of our applications in real time. The wide variety of plugins and integration with multiple data sources such as Prometheus, InfluxDB, and Elasticsearch have given me the flexibility to tailor Grafana to our specific needs. Also, the ability to set up alerts has helped me stay informed of any issues in the system and act quickly to fix them. The Grafana community is active and supportive, making it easy to answer questions and learn new features.
Some of the downsides I've experienced with Grafana include the initial learning curve, especially for those unfamiliar with data analysis and query building. The advanced customization of the panels can be complicated and can sometimes require programming knowledge to adjust them to our needs. Additionally, while Grafana is an open source tool, some advanced features, such as access to enterprise support and premium plugins, require a Grafana Enterprise subscription, which can increase costs for teams with limited budgets.
My Experience using Grafana
Commentaires : Visualising got easy to manage cloud monitoring services as able to integrate different clouds on the same dashboard. It can be easily configured with most Databases as Relational, Time-Series. The alert system is the most effective one which we can make use of in Grafana to set the Alerts and all.
The most I like to have this software used as its free to use and also its an open source software. Grafana consists of various kinds of authenticating methods and security level setup. It has a an alert and monitoring tool which keeps on updating after a threshold value for which is set. It has chances of new developments and API interaction, Creation of new measurements and demonstrating concerning different devices
Everything has a limit, as its Limits charts to Time Series, It is not self manageable. The dashboard also has a very limited organisation. The UI isnt that much effective, as its having a very limited designs. It has set its boundaries to time series only, as its not comparitively well organised with respect of other tools in the market such as Power BI etc...