v6.1 Stable released! A few weeks have passed since the excitement of the major Grafana 6.0 release during GrafanaCon, which means it’s time for a new Grafana release. Grafana 6.1 iterates on the permissions system to allow for teams to be more self-organizing. It also includes a feature for Prometheus that enables a more exploratory workflow for dashboards. What’s New in Grafana v6.1 Ad hoc filtering for Prometheus - A new query-focused workflow for ad hoc data exploration and troubleshooting.
The KubeCon + CloudNativeCon caravan heads back to Europe this month, bringing an expected 10,000 cloud native enthusiasts to Barcelona’s Fira Gran Via. Already registered and packed your bags? Here’s where you will find Grafana Labs team members during the conference.
Parts One and Two of this blog looked back at the ongoing open source licensing wars, focusing on the evolving situation between Elastic N.V. and AWS. In the last installment, Raj Dutt discusses how Grafana Labs is reacting.
'People seem to notice when the Bloomberg Terminal doesn't work,' said Stig Sorenson, Head of Production Visibility Group at Bloomberg. 'We have had a few outages that were high profile, so about three years ago we decided to embark on a journey where we took telemetry a bit more seriously.'
When Grafana Labs built Loki, the team was determined to incorporate the best of both worlds, making it much simpler to use, whether you want to run a single process on bare metal or microservices at hyperscale.
A new panel and component architecture is finally starting to bear fruit in terms of new visualizations and capabilities. Get a sneak peak of our new visualizations and learn how you can try them out right now.