In this video I go over creating a Grafana Dashboard with data from Azure Application Insights and Log Analytics including subscription cost information. I configure Grafana to allow anonymous, read only access and then configure a Raspberry Pi with FullPage OS to display the data in kiosk mode. This video draws on a lot of other information I have published as well as information available from the community. Links to relevant information below.Continue reading “Grafana Dashboard powered with Raspberry Pi Displaying Log Analytics and Application Insights Data”
In this video I show you how to setup Azure Applications Insight. Next, I go over how to add the Azure Application Insights plugin to WordPress and use that to monitor performance, user and availability data.Continue reading “Monitor WordPress with Azure Application Insights”
This post covers creating a dashboard in Grafana and displaying data from Log Analytics. My previous post covered connecting a Grafana installation to a Log Analytics workspace. That post can be found here. The examples below are intended to give the reader an overview of options to help get started with Grafana.Continue reading “Grafana Dashboard with Log Analytics Data”
In this post I demonstrate how to connect Grafana to Azure Log Analytics using the Azure Monitor data source plugin. Grafana is an open source, data visualization and monitoring platform. Or, as the website states “The open platform for beautiful analytics and monitoring”. Grafana can run on Windows, Linux, ARM, as well as Docker. There is a hosted option for those who prefer to have someone else host the environment.Continue reading “Connect Grafana to Azure Log Analytics”
My first article posted at 4sysops on setting up an Azure Monitor workspace in Log Analytics and onboarding Servers.