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Leveraging Grafana for OIC Metrics by Niall Commiskey

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OCI Logging and OCI Logging Analytics are compelling offerings, but some folks may have standardised on other monitoring tools, such as Grafana.

So no time like the present to look at how one can leverage Grafana to monitor OIC Service Metrics. My colleague Valeria C. has already done great work in this area and has provided me with the impetus to get started. But first, I need Grafana! 

Step1 install Grafana on an OCI Compute instance.

Step 2 install the Grafana OCI Metrics plugin.

Step 3 monitor!

Install Grafana on OCI Compute instance

1. Spin up a compute instance

2. ssh into the instance

3. install Grafana – currently we need a version under v8. Read the complete article here.

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