Don't take our word for it.
Grafana is the de facto software for time series analytics, with well over 150,000 active installations. Customers turn to Grafana Labs to help bring their disparate data sources together, all through software that is vendor neutral and open source.
Grafana is used in a wide variety of use cases. These include DevOps, IIoT, and AdTech. Our community is constantly inspiring us with new use cases and applications. Here is a sampling of what our users and customers are doing with Grafana:
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Leading biotech company AMGEN monitors thousands of its applications and components, complete with many custom and outdated monitoring tools. Leveraging Grafana's multi data sources capabilities, they dramatically reduced the number of external tools and maximized internal value of their data.
Bloomberg's telemetry team was looking for a new solution to provide monitoring and alerting for all of their infrastructure and applications. After countless searches, and attempting to write their own TSDB, Bloomberg discovered Metrictank and were excited by how many of their requirements it met out of the box.
Booking.com uses Grafana to visualize metrics at scale... an impressive scale. With Graphite as their monitoring engine, Booking.com has optimized their stack to store millions of metrics per second, and are looking to push it even further.
Grafana is used on many different teams at CERN. Not only does Grafana visualize metrics from their technical infrastructure, but also for accelerators, experiments and computing infrastructure. Grafana helps CERN support high energy physics.
Crate.io created a custom data source for Grafana to visualize data from CrateDB, a purpose-built database for machine data and real-time analytics.
Digital Ocean relies on Grafana to be the consolidated data visualization and dashboard solution for sharing data across teams and to their customers.
eBay uses Grafana to look for anomalies in the experiments they conduct on their website via their Experimentation Platform, which is for testing ebay.com's overall user experience.
Energy Weather monitors the increasing weather impact on financial markets, and uses Grafana to demonstrate how weather forecasts, resulting renewable energy production, and price developments are connected.
Evolution Gaming is the world leader in live dealer gaming. Grafana is an important part of their testing processes to track performance tests, monitoring of test environments, and other QA activities.
Fermilab is a US Department of Energy national laboratory specializing in high-energy particle physics. Grafana is the primary user interface for their custom monitoring platform Fifemon.
Massively multiplayer online game developer Gameforge uses Grafana to display millions of metrics per minute their games produce from over 200 servers, and share that data across game teams.
Grillo is creating an effective, affordable earthquake detection system accessible to people in some of the most remote, and most vulnerable, parts of the world.
HotSchedules' infrastructure engineering team focuses on automation, scalability, and reliability of their next-gen apps for nearly 2.8 million users in 160,000 locations around the world.
Ingram Content Group's Automated Print on Demand division uses Grafana to aggregate and track metrics from their automated printing, binding and shipping processes to their end users.
KeyCDN migrated their legacy monitoring stack to Prometheus with Grafana and can now visualize all of their data, no matter where it lives, in one pane of glass.
Natel Energy is building a low cost, distributed, grid-scale hydropower turbine. With Grafana, they found a great platform to build a great looking, secure and scalable control system with all their operational interfaces in one place.
NetApp uses Grafana to present meaningful dashboards to multiple audiences so their clients can understand how their storage infrastructure is performing.
New City Energy
Since 2013 New City Energy has been helping the City of D.C. measure and improve the efficiency and performance of its building portfolio through a number of policy and technology innovations. Grafana is an important piece of their platform, demonstrating how the entire system delivers value to the city.
OpenNMS, an enterprise grade network management application platform created their own Grafana data source plugin for their customers to visualize a wide array of metrics from network devices and services.
Packet launched its API-driven bare metal cloud product in 2014. As its customer base quickly grew, the Packet team realized that in order to provide its tens of thousands of users with a high-performing and reliable platform, it needed to have more robust monitoring in its own infrastructure.
PayPal scales their monitoring across numerous data sources to make sure all 190 million+ PayPal users have a good experience using their services.
Percona integrated Grafana into Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM), their own open-source platform for managing and monitoring MySQL and MongoDB performance.
PingCAP diagnoses and troubleshoots issues from a thousand metrics on their TiDB clusters using Grafana.
Prometheus, the open source monitoring solution has recently named Grafana as the primary dashboard editor for the project.
Redhat uses Grafana as a key piece of their monitoring stack as they analyze the performance of OpenStack Cloud while benchmarking and work to further improve OpenStack performance.
After insourcing the majority of subsurface technical storage at Shell upstream, they were limited by the commercially available monitoring solution. With Grafana, they can visualize the full globally installed base on a single dashboard as well as drilling deep into specific storage clusters.
Sony Playstation built a comprehensive internal monitoring solution with Grafana as the visualization layer to provide dashboards and alerting.
Staples has over 2,000 brick and mortar stores worldwide and is the fourth largest online retailer. They rely on Grafana as a key piece of their internal monitoring stack.
Uber built their own highly scalable time series database called M3, which they integrated into Grafana to visualize multiple data sources on the same dashboard.
Grafana dashboards helped Würth Phoenix gain new insights about why a business critical application is slow, what components are involved, and how this impacts users and hardware.