Grafana Labs 🧡 Open Source
Open source is in our DNA
The company was founded in 2014 around our flagship open source project, Grafana. Since then we have gone on to launch multiple open source projects, such as Metrictank, Loki, Tempo, Mimir, Faro, and Pyroscope, and also contribute to successful projects in this space, such as Graphite, Prometheus, and OpenTelemetry.
Grafana is the leading open source visualization and dashboarding platform that allows you to query, visualize, alert on, and understand your data no matter where it’s stored.
Loki is a horizontally scalable, highly available, multi-tenant log aggregation system using the same powerful data model as Prometheus.
Mimir is the most scalable open source metrics storage. It lets you scale to 1 billion active series and beyond, with high availability, multi-tenancy, durable storage, and blazing fast query performance over long periods of time.
Grafana OnCall is an easy-to-use on-call management tool built to help teams improve their collaboration and resolve incidents faster.
Grafana Tempo is a distributed tracing backend that lets you scale tracing as far as possible with minimal operational cost and less complexity than ever before.
Grafana Agent is a telemetry collector for sending metrics, logs, and trace data to the opinionated Grafana observability stack.
k6 is a developer-centric, extensible performance testing tool built to be intuitive, flexible, and powerful.
Prometheus is the de facto standard for metrics-based observability in cloud native environments and for Kubernetes. It is the second project, after Kubernetes, to graduate from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Grafana Faro is a project for frontend application observability. It includes a highly configurable web SDK that instruments browser frontend applications to capture observability signals, so you can monitor web application performance, discover frontend errors, and perform real user monitoring (RUM) while respecting their privacy.
Grafana Pyroscope is an open source continuous profiling tool that provides insights into resource usage to optimize application performance.
Beyla is an open source eBPF auto-instrumentation tool that is now in public preview. It reports span information for basic transactions as well as RED metrics (Rate-Errors-Duration) for both Linux HTTP/S and gRPC services — all without requiring any code modification.
OpenTelemetry is a collection of tools, APIs, and SDKs to instrument, generate, collect, and export telemetry data, in order to analyze software performance and behavior.
Grafana Tanka is the robust configuration utility for your Kubernetes cluster, powered by the Jsonnet language.