Grafana Enterprise is a commercial edition of Grafana that includes additional features not found in the open source version.
Building on everything you already know and love about Grafana, Grafana Enterprise includes exclusive datasource plugins and additional features. On top of that you get 24x7x365 support and training from the core Grafana team.
Grafana Enterprise includes integrations with more ways to authenticate your users and enhanced authentication capabilities.
Team sync allows you to set up synchronization between teams in Grafana and teams in your auth provider so that your users automatically end up in the right team.
Supported auth providers:
Enhanced LDAP integration
With Grafana Enterprise enhanced LDAP, you can set up active LDAP synchronization.
SAML authentication enables your Grafana Enterprise users to authenticate with SAML.
With Grafana Enterprise, you get access to new features, including:
- Data source permissions to restrict query access to specific teams and users.
- Reporting to generate a PDF report from any dashboard and set up a schedule to have it emailed to whoever you choose.
- Export dashboard as PDF
- White labeling to customize Grafana from the brand and logo to the footer links.
- Usage insights to understand how your Grafana instance is used.
- Vault integration to manage your configuration or provisioning secrets with Vault.
With a Grafana Enterprise license, you get access to premium plugins, including:
Try Grafana Enterprise
To purchase or obtain a trial license contact the Grafana Labs Sales Team.
License file management
To download your Grafana Enterprise license log in to your Grafana Cloud Account and go to your Org Profile. In the side menu there is a section for Grafana Enterprise licenses. At the bottom of the license details page there is Download Token link that will download the license.jwt file containing your license.
Place the license.jwt file in Grafana’s data folder. This is usually located at
/var/lib/grafana on Linux systems.
You can also configure a custom location for the license file via the ini setting:
[enterprise] license_path = /company/secrets/license.jwt
This setting can also be set with an environment variable, which is useful if you’re running Grafana with Docker and have a custom volume where you have placed the license file. In this case, set the environment variable
GF_ENTERPRISE_LICENSE_PATH to point to the location of your license file.
root_url in your configuration. It should be the URL that users type in their browsers to access the frontend, not the node hostname(s).
This is important, because as part of the validation checks at startup, Grafana compares the license URL to the
root_url in your configuration.
In your configuration file:
[server] root_url = https://grafana.blah.com/
Or with an environment variable: