Grafana | Sean Bradley | Skillshare
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50 Lessons (4h 2m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:02
    • 2. Foreward

      3:06
    • 3. Install and Start Grafana

      5:26
    • 4. Point a Domain Name

      2:37
    • 5. Install an SSL Certificate

      3:52
    • 6. Change Default Port

      1:29
    • 7. Create our First Data Source

      2:30
    • 8. Panel Rows

      1:53
    • 9. Panel Presentation Options

      1:38
    • 10. Graph Panel

      7:56
    • 11. Stat Panel

      3:36
    • 12. Gauge Panel

      2:05
    • 13. Bar Gauge Panel

      2:44
    • 14. Singlestat Panel

      7:12
    • 15. Table Panel

      4:22
    • 16. Text Panel

      4:02
    • 17. Heatmap Panel

      3:44
    • 18. Create a MySQL Data Source

      4:12
    • 19. Install a MySQL Dashboard and Data Collector

      11:43
    • 20. Create a Custom MySQL Time Series Query

      9:04
    • 21. Graphing Non Time Series SQL Data in Grafana

      6:10
    • 22. Create and Configure a Zabbix Data Source

      8:17
    • 23. Import Zabbix Dashboards

      1:49
    • 24. Create Advanced Custom Zabbix Dashboards

      5:39
    • 25. Install InfluxDB Server and Data Source

      4:20
    • 26. Install Telegraf Agent and Configure for InfluxDB

      4:27
    • 27. Install SNMP Agent and Configure Telegraf

      8:00
    • 28. Add Multiple SNMP Devices to Telegraf

      6:43
    • 29. Import SNMP Dashboard for InfluxDB and Telegaf

      2:20
    • 30. Dashboard Variables

      6:58
    • 31. Dynamic Tables from Variables

      4:32
    • 32. Dynamic Singlestats from Variables

      2:32
    • 33. Dynamic Graphs from Variables

      3:48
    • 34. Create an Email Alert Notification Channel

      4:11
    • 35. Create Alerts for SNMP No Data

      7:06
    • 36. Create SMS Alert Channel using a Custom Webhook and AWS SNS

      8:29
    • 37. Create Telegram Bot Alert Channel

      4:19
    • 38. Logs Panel

      0:31
    • 39. Install Loki Binary and Start as a Service

      4:07
    • 40. Install Promtail Binary and Start as a Service

      3:49
    • 41. Install Loki Data Source and Explore

      1:48
    • 42. Annotation Queries and Linking the Log Panels and Graphs

      5:24
    • 43. Install Prometheus Service and Data Source

      3:07
    • 44. Install Prometheus Node Exporters

      7:51
    • 45. Install Prometheus Dashboard

      2:24
    • 46. Value Groups/Tags with the Zabbix Data Source

      5:52
    • 47. Grafana values group tags influxdb

      12:18
    • 48. Create a Cisco Switch Dashboard with the Zabbix Data Source

      6:09
    • 49. Create a Cisco Switch Dashboard with the InfluxDB/Telegraf Data Source

      5:31
    • 50. Disk Read/Write Rates with the Zabbix Data Source

      9:10

About This Class

Welcome to my course on Grafana

Grafana is the leading open source tool for visualizing metrics, time series data and application analytics.

I demonstrate many things in this course, with all the example commands provided for you to easily copy and paste.

This is a Learn by example course, where I demonstrate all the concepts discussed so that you can see them working, and you can try them out for yourself as well.

With this course, comes accompanying documentation that you can access for free. You will then be able to match what you see in the videos and copy/paste directly from my documentation and see the same result.

In this course we will,

  • Install Grafana from Packages

  • Create a domain name, install an SSL certificate and change the default port

  • Explore the Graph, Singlestat, Gauge, Bar Gauge, Table, Text, Heatmap and Logs Panels

  • Create many different types of Data Sources from MySQL, Zabbix, InfluxDB, Prometheus and Loki

  • We will configure their various collection processes such as MySQL Event Scheduler, Telegraf, Node Exporters, SNMP agents and Promtail

  • We will look at graphing Time Series data versus Non Time Series data

  • We will also install dashboards for each of the Data Sources, experimenting with community created dashboards plus experimenting with our own

  • We will monitor SNMP Devices using Telegraf Agent and InfluxDB Data Sources

  • We will create Annotation Queries and link the Log and Graphs panels together

  • We will look at Dynamic Dashboard Variables, Dynamic Tables, Dynamic Singlestats and Dynamic Graphs

  • We will look at creating Value Groups/Tags and how to use them with different kinds of data sources

  • We will set up an alerting channel, understand the different alerting options, configure an example of it to detect offline SNMP devices and demonstrate receiving email alerts via our local SMTP server

  • We will then create a dashboard for a 24 port Cisco Switch using methods applicable to both the Zabbix and the InfluxDB Data Sources

  • Create a Disk Read/Write Rates Dashboard with the Zabbix Data Source

At the end of the course, you will have your own dedicated working Grafana Server, which will be in the cloud, with SSL, a domain name, with many example Data Sources and collectors configured, that you can call your own, ready for you to take it to the next level.

Once again, this is a Learn by example course, with all the example commands available for you to copy and paste. I demonstrate them working, and you will be able to do that to.

You are now ready to continue.

Thanks for taking part in my course, and i'll see you there.