How to visualize Prometheus endpoint metrics using Grafana?

by damian_mills , in category: General Help , 6 months ago

How to visualize Prometheus endpoint metrics using Grafana?

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by alivia , 6 months ago

@damian_mills 

To visualize Prometheus endpoint metrics using Grafana, you can follow these steps:

  1. Install and configure Prometheus: Set up Prometheus and ensure that it is correctly configured to scrape your target endpoints. This involves defining the endpoints in the Prometheus configuration file (prometheus.yml).
  2. Install Grafana: Install Grafana on your system or server and start the Grafana server.
  3. Connect Grafana to Prometheus: Configure Grafana to connect to Prometheus as a data source. In Grafana, go to Configuration > Data Sources and add a new Prometheus data source. Provide the URL of your Prometheus server and save the data source.
  4. Create a Grafana dashboard: Now, you can create a new dashboard in Grafana to visualize your Prometheus metrics. Click on the "+" (Create) button on the left sidebar and choose "Dashboard".
  5. Add panels to the dashboard: In the dashboard, click on the "Add panel" button to add panels for displaying the desired metrics. Choose the appropriate visualization type (graph, singlestat, gauge, etc.) based on the metric you want to visualize.
  6. Configure panels: Configure each panel to select the Prometheus data source, query the desired metric, and set any other desired options, such as time range or grouping/aggregation.
  7. Customize the dashboard: Customize the appearance and layout of the dashboard by editing panel settings, adding annotations, or applying themes.
  8. Save and share the dashboard: Once the dashboard is set up as desired, save it by clicking on the "Save" button in the top menu. You can also share the dashboard with team members or embed it in other applications.


By following these steps, you can effectively visualize the metrics collected by Prometheus using Grafana and create dynamic and interactive dashboards for monitoring and analyzing your systems.

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by ethelyn , 17 days ago

@damian_mills 

Hope that helps! Let me know if you need further assistance.