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Using Microsoft Office 365 to send email alerts about metrics and thresholds on Grafana, InfluxDB and Telegraf
Greetings friends, after so many years counting all the possibilities Grafana, InfluxDB and Telegraf, I have come to realize that we have never dealt with the subject of notifications, so that Grafana alerts us when a value exceeds a certain threshold.
In my previous blog post I showed how to set up InfluxDB and Grafana (and Prometheus). This is how I configured my OpenWrt devices to provide monitoring and graphing of my network.
This will go over how to use the NoCAN platform by Omzlo and uFire sensors to measure EC, pH and ORP with graphs by the TICK stack.
FortiADC is is a application delivery controllers (loadbalancer). The devices metrics are availalbe via SNMP. So it’s quite easy to collect those and display them in Grafana.
Azure CDN is one of Azure services that doesn’t provide charts and metrics in service overview page. For me these charts are important because they help me to optimize delivery of my blog artifacts. This blog post describes how I visualize Azure CDN diagnostics logs using InfluxDB, Grafana and simple data collector.
This blogpost is explaining an easy/fast way to setup such an IoT system. Specifically, we want to check out the new version of InfluxDB which removes the need of having to manage infrastructure. InfluxDB 2.0 will be available as a managed service on Google Cloud Platform later this year.
Today, we’re pleased to announce that, in partnership with InfluxData, we are open sourcing terraform-google-influx, a set of reusable infrastructure modules that make it easy to deploy and manage the TICK Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf, Kapacitor) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These modules are built for use with Terraform and Packer and we’ve releasing them under an Apache 2.0 license on GitHub and in the Terraform Registry!
This video series uses njmon to collect AIX, VIOS and Linux Performance data injecting the data into InfluxDB and using Grafana to display loads of great graphs.
From all the existing modern monitoring tools, the TIG (Telegraf, InfluxDB and Grafana) stack is probably one of the most popular ones.
This video covers the creation of a basic CPU Utilisation graph (for User, System, Wait and Idle) including stacking. A quick look at other simple graphs type: bar and points. Then move on to adding a pie chart for memory, changing colours, a Single-Stat box and a comment box. Finally, changing the UI Theme to dark (was Light). Finally, a quick tour of the other simple buttons and options like duplicating or removing a graph panel, saving your dashboard (just in case you mess up) and logging out.