Some days ago I stumbled upon a real cool blog post from Chris Wahl about his progress in creating a Grafana dashboard and filling data from PowerCLI.

I checked Grafana by myself, trying his manual and it’s a pretty amazing open source project 100% worth trying.

Behind Grafana is the team of, also worth checking out.

If you want to start with a simple test, playing around, there is a demo environment you can use –

Grafana Dashboard

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Installation is extremly simple on a ubuntu, redhat or other linux system and you can connect it with a couple of open source databases.

Furthermore you can install it not just on an linux system but also on Windows, MacOS or directly in a docker container.


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