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Grafana 7.0 Released

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I’m really excited - Grafana 7 just got released, it’s a massive upgrade to an already increadibly popular graphing tool for time series, metrics and logs.

I used Grafana a few years ago but have since stopped due to using proprietary solutions and cloud monitoring services. This release will be a great opportunity to revisit Grafana - especially since now it’s much easier to get it working in Docker deployment (I used to package into a container myself).

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Grafana v7.0 released: New plugin architecture, visualization

  • Grafana v7.0 released: New plugin architecture, visualizations, transformations, native trace support, and more

    We are thrilled to announce that Grafana 7.0 has been released for general availability. Join us as Torkel Ödegaard, the creator of Grafana, hosts a full demo of 7.0 during GrafanaCONline today. (The session will also be available on demand here.)

    With Grafana v7.0, our goal was to extend on the Grafana platform by making it easier and more consistent for existing users, and intuitive and simple for those not familiar with Grafana. This release includes significant enhancements to simplify the development of custom plugins and drastically increase the power, speed, and flexibility of visualization.

Connect And Unify All Your Data With Grafana 7.0

  • Connect And Unify All Your Data With Grafana 7.0

    Grafana 7.0 is now generally available with enhancements to simplify the development of custom plugins and increase the power, speed and flexibility of visualization. This latest release helps organizations realize their monitoring, visualization and observability goals even faster, Grafana Labs said.

    Grafana 7.0 is an accumulation of effort commencing after 6.0 spanning nearing 18,000 commits and 3,699 pull requests from 362 contributors around the world. Additionally, there are hundreds of company, commercial and community data-source plugins and thousands of sample dashboards.

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