timeShift(GrafanaBuzz, 1w) Issue 35

Published: 23 Feb 2018 by Trent White RSS

Welcome to TimeShift

This week’s timeShift will be abridged, as we’re busy putting the final touches on GrafanaCon EU. As I write this, we have 3 Angel tickets remaining, surpassing a registered 350 attendees. 100% of proceeds from these angel tickets will go to the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation), a nonprofit who defends the rights of our digital privacy and free speech; a cause we’re very passionate about. You can snag these last tickets here. We’re all extremely humbled by the excitement around the conference and are looking forward to 2 great days of talks focused on Grafana and the open source monitoring community! Hope to see you in Amsterdam!

Note: Due to GrafanaCon, traveling, and taking a much needed couple days off, this will be the last timeShift for two weeks - see you again March 16!

Latest Beta Release

Grafana 5.0 beta 1 is now available. v5 Beta 1 includes some UX and UI fixes as we prepare to release v5 stable next week. Fixes include:

  • Dashboard Fixed: dashboard overwrite permission issue #1081410
  • Keyboard shortcuts: Fixed Esc key when in panel edit/view mode #10945
  • Save dashboard: Fixed issue with time range & variable reset after saving #109462

Check out the full release notes to see the features and fixes and a video of v5 in action below.

Download Grafana v5 Beta 1 Now

From the Blogosphere

Load Testing With Jmeter On Kubernetes: An overview of how to implement load testing with Apache Jmeter running on a Kubernetes cluster. You can also check out a video if you’re more visual.

AWS Lambda, GoLang and Grafana to perform sentiment analysis for your company / business: How to monitor your apps in AWS Lambda using Grafana and some background information on Elasticsearch, GoLang and why using Lambda might be an advantage.

How to Create a Grafana Metrics Dashboard via Influx and PowerShell: One of the major advantages of Grafana is the ability to visualize data from disparate sources on the same dashboard. Mark outlines how he discovered Grafana and why he wrote an integration with PowerShell to visualize his data.

Monitoring OpenBSD using CollectD, InfluxDB and Grafana: If you’re using OpenBSD as your OS, you may be interested in how it’s performing. This article walks you through how to get set up import some useful dashboards for monitoring.

3 Tickets left for GrafanaCon EU!

100% of the proceeds from these tickets will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit who focuses on defending civil liberties in a digital world. Don't miss the opportunity to give to a good cause and join us for 2 days of talks about data visualization and fun in Amsterdam!

Each ticket gets you:

  • 30+ speakers on Graphite, Prometheus, InfluxDB, Kubernetes, IoT and more
  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks both days
  • After conference party with dinner and drinks
  • Admission to the after conference party AND the official Grafana 5 launch party
  • Friends for life!

Get Your Ticket Now

Tweet of the Week

We scour Twitter each week to find an interesting/beautiful dashboard and show it off! #monitoringLove

Excited that Grafana can be part of your event. Hopefully we can come and speak about data visualization next time!

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