DocumentationPluginsCatchpoint data source for Grafana

Catchpoint Grafana data source


This plugin is in a public preview. Refer Grafana Labs release life cycle documentation for further details. If you notice any issues or having feature request, create a support ticket with your Grafana Enterprise support channel.

The Catchpoint data source plugin allows you to query and visualize Tests, RUM and SLO data from within Grafana.


This plugin has the following requirements:

Install the plugin

To install the data source, refer to Installation.

Configure the data source in Grafana

Add a data source by filling in the following fields:

Basic fields

NameA name for this particular Catchpoint data source.

Authentication fields

This plugin supports Bear token based authentication. Log into Catchpoint portal, then go to Settings > API and find Rest API V2 Key under the REST API section.

bearerEnter your Catchpoint REST API v2 key

Configure the data source with provisioning

It is possible to configure data sources using configuration files with Grafana’s provisioning system. To read about how it works, including all the settings that you can set for this data source, refer to Provisioning Grafana data sources

Here are some provisioning examples for this data source using access key authentication:

apiVersion: 1
  - name: Catchpoint
    type: grafana-catchpoint-datasource
      authMethod: bearer
      catchpoint.token: <token>

Query the data source

The query editor allows you to write queries - Tests, RUM, and SLO. Select the action type and enter required parameters and optional parameters where applicable.

Known limitations

Due to limitations of the Catchpoint API at the moment it’s not possible to filter by specific dimension values when using Tests Query. When selecting dimension the data for all dimension values will be returned.

Explore view

The Explore view allows you to run queries and visualize the results as logs or charts for metrics. For more information about Explore, refer to Explore.

Templates and variables

To add a new Catchpoint query variable, refer to Add a query variable. Use your Catchpoint data source as your data source and fill out the query field with your query.

After creating a variable, you can use it in your Catchpoint queries using Variable syntax. For more information about variables, refer to Templates and variables.

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