Grafana and Prometheus – The only course you need !

Learn Grafana 8 and create stunning Dashboards, Enable Alerting, Explore Various Datasources (Prometheus, InfluxDB etc)

Grafana is one of the world’s leading open-source visualization and analytics software. It allows you to query, visualize, alert on, and explore your metrics no matter where they are stored. In short, it provides you with tools to turn your time-series database (TSDB) data into beautiful graphs and visualizations. After creating a dashboard, there are many possible things you might do next such as creating Alerts, Creating a Playlist, etc.

What you’ll learn

  • Grafana Introduction.
  • Grafana Overview and Overall Architecture.
  • Installing Grafana on a Linux Server.
  • Installing Grafana on Windows.
  • Starting, Stopping Grafana Services on Windows.
  • Installing Grafana on Docker.
  • Prometheus Introduction.
  • Prometheus Overview and Overall Architecture.
  • Installing and Managing Prometheus on a Linux Server.
  • Installing and Managing Prometheus Node Exporter on a Linux Server.
  • Creating Grafana Dashboards.
  • Grafana User Interface Overview.
  • Installing and Managing InfluxDB Services.
  • Installing and Managing Telegraf Services.
  • Grafana Dashboard – Server Health Summary Dashboard.
  • Graph Panel – CPU & Memory Utilization.
  • Graph Panel – Multiple Servers & Problem Statement to use Grafana Variables.
  • Custom Variable – Static Variable Values.
  • Query Variable – Dynamic Variable Values.
  • Dependent Varialbes – Cascaded Variables.
  • Automatic Repeat Panel Based on Variable Value.
  • Organizing Panels and Dashboards for Easy Management.
  • Repeat Row to Create Dynamic Grafana “Summary Dashboard”.
  • Fixing Y Axis’ Minimum and Maximum Value in Graph Panel.
  • Creating Thresholds in Graph Visualizations.
  • Python Program to Increase Memory Utilization for Testing Purpose.
  • Creating Thresholds in Graph Visualization and StatsD Graphs.
  • Advance Tabular Visualization With Gauge in one column.
  • Advance Stat Visualization in Grafana 7.
  • Exploring More Visualization Properties – Legends, Axis, Series Override.
  • Creating Grafana Dashboard Using MySQL As Data Source.
  • Using Custom SQL Query to Create Dashboard.
  • Monitoring Websites and Docker Services.
  • Monitoring Websites or URL Using Grafana.
  • Monitor Docker Services.
  • Installing Plugins.
  • Installing Plugins and Creating Pie Chart Visualization.
  • Creating Alerts and Annotation in Dashboards in Grafana.
  • Grafana Email Alerts Configuration.
  • Grafana and Telegram Integration and Alerts Configuration.
  • Users and Roles Creation and Management in Grafana.
  • User and Roles Creation in Grafana.
  • Embedding Grafana Panel on Any Website.
  • Embedding Grafana Panel in any HTML Page (Website).
  • Upgrading Grafana From Version 7 to Version 8 (Latest Version).
  • Changing Grafana Database to MySQL.

Course Content

  • Installing Grafana –> 4 lectures • 8min.
  • Grafana User Interface Overview –> 1 lecture • 13min.
  • Installing Prometheus –> 7 lectures • 29min.
  • Import Dahsboards and Get Ready in Minutes –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Dashboards Creation in Grafana –> 5 lectures • 27min.
  • Grafana Variables –> 1 lecture • 13min.
  • Notification Alerts –> 3 lectures • 16min.
  • Monitor Various Components Using Prometheus –> 2 lectures • 19min.
  • Connecting Grafana to Other Datasources –> 1 lecture • 7min.

Grafana and Prometheus - The only course you need !

Requirements

  • No prior experience of any visualization tool is required, you will learn everything you need to know..
  • Basic knowledge of Linux is good to have..

Grafana is one of the world’s leading open-source visualization and analytics software. It allows you to query, visualize, alert on, and explore your metrics no matter where they are stored. In short, it provides you with tools to turn your time-series database (TSDB) data into beautiful graphs and visualizations. After creating a dashboard, there are many possible things you might do next such as creating Alerts, Creating a Playlist, etc.

 

In this course, you will be learning to create beautiful Grafana dashboards by connecting to different data sources such as Prometheus, InfluxDB, MySQL, and many more. This course is created keeping working professionals in mind. So it gets you started without wasting a single minute of your time. That’s all for now, See you inside the course.

 

This course covers most of the topics of Grafana and is the only course you need to go through to learn everything about Grafana.

 

Here are the topics you are going to learn in this course:

  1. Grafana Introduction
  2. Grafana Overview and Overall Architecture
  3. Installing Grafana on a Linux Server
  4. Installing Grafana on Windows
  5. Starting, Stopping Grafana Services on Windows
  6. Installing Grafana on Docker
  7. Prometheus Introduction
  8. Prometheus Overview and Overall Architecture
  9. Installing and Managing Prometheus on a Linux Server
  10. Installing and Managing Prometheus Node Exporter on a Linux Server
  11. Creating Grafana Dashboards
  12. Grafana User Interface Overview
  13. Installing and Managing InfluxDB Services
  14. Installing and Managing Telegraf Services
  15. Grafana Dashboard – Server Health Summary Dashboard
  16. Graph Panel – CPU & Memory Utilization
  17. Graph Panel – Multiple Servers & Problem Statement to use Grafana Variables
  18. Custom Variable – Static Variable Values
  19. Query Variable – Dynamic Variable Values
  20. Dependent Varialbes – Cascaded Variables
  21. Automatic Repeat Panel Based on Variable Value
  22. Organizing Panels and Dashboards for Easy Management
  23. Repeat Row to Create Dynamic Grafana “Summary Dashboard”
  24. Fixing Y Axis’ Minimum and Maximum Value in Graph Panel
  25. Creating Thresholds in Graph Visualizations
  26. Python Program to Increase Memory Utilization for Testing Purpose
  27. Creating Thresholds in Graph Visualization and StatsD Graphs
  28. Advance Tabular Visualization With Gauge in one column
  29. Advance Stat Visualization in Grafana 7
  30. Exploring More Visualization Properties – Legends, Axis, Series Override
  31. Creating Grafana Dashboard Using MySQL As Data Source
  32. Using Custom SQL Query to Create Dashboard
  33. Monitoring Websites and Docker Services
  34. Monitoring Websites or URL Using Grafana
  35. Monitor Docker Services
  36. Installing Plugins
  37. Installing Plugins and Creating Pie Chart Visualization
  38. Creating Alerts and Annotation in Dashboards in Grafana
  39. Grafana Email Alerts Configuration
  40. Grafana and Telegram Integration and Alerts Configuration
  41. Users and Roles Creation and Management in Grafana
  42. User and Roles Creation in Grafana
  43. Embedding Grafana Panel on Any Website
  44. Embedding Grafana Panel in any HTML Page (Website)
  45. Upgrading Grafana From Version 7 to Version 8 (Latest Version)
  46. Changing Grafana Database to MySQL
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