Welcome to this little HowTo on setting up an InfluxDB Datasource for Grafana. If you have followed the other guides on setting up influxdb and installing Grafana on Centos then you should be able to follow this little guide with ease.
There’s a new HowTo available for installing Grafana on a CentOs 7 system. You can use that along with the influxdb howto to get a target system up and running to be used with the CereusTransporter plugin. Follow this link for more details: HowTo Install Grafana on CentOs 7
A new CereusReporting Personal edition of CereusReporting for Home users is now available. It has the full features of the Professional edition (limited to 1 server) and can be used for non-commercial use.
We’re proud to announce the availability of our new online-shop integrated right into this website. The new shop allows you to select the products and services you need and get an immediate overview of the attached costs. While there are currently only a few products available, we are planning to more during the coming weeks.
We’re working on an update of the CereusAgent plugin, which includes several performance improvements as well as data reliability enhancements to increase data consistency during longer WAN/Network connectivity outages.Read More
Cacti has a great polling engine for retrieving SNMP, WMI and other data from a lot of different devices. It generally stores the data into RRD files which are then being used to create the actual graphs for the users to view. By using InfluxDB together with Grafana as a frontend, it is possible to built an easy to use performent dashboard for end-users utilizing the Cacti polling engine.
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