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  1. Creating Grafana dashboards with vCenter performance data–Part Three | VirtuallyGone

    […] and install the latest version(2.02 at the time of this post).  Chris Wahl just published a great blog post on this same subject as well except he is using PowerCLI to pull the data from vCenter. Be […]

  2. Building a Dashboard with Grafana, InfluxDB, and PowerCLI – Wahl Network | Infrastructure Land
  3. Using Mr Meeseeks as an Operations Automation Model - Wahl Network

    […] simple to gather metrics from small tasks and put them into open source projects like the InfluxDB and Grafana combo I wrote about earlier. You could build your own dashboard showing how a set of tasks, […]

  4. gcanales75
    gcanales75 at |

    Hello, this may be a dumb question, but looking at the .ps1 scripts I cannot get how do you manage how frequent you send data to the InfluxDB. How do you handle that?. Task scheduler?

    btw, great post!

  5. Maros
    Maros at |

    Hey Chris, what do you think about using Grafana for network monitoring? Mainly for Resource Utilization and perhaps flow data.

  6. Newsletter: April 2, 2016 | Notes from MWhite

    […] a Dashboard with Grafana, InfluxDB, and PowerCLI I saw this article recently and it is pretty impressive.  If you want an amazing dashboard on the health of your lab, […]

  7. Building Grafana Dashboards Fueled by Intel Snap - Wahl Network

    […] announcements made at Intel Cloud Day. Grafana, an open source dashboard project that I’ve written about here, is making some big moves as Snap’s first GUI with the version 3.0 release. This is a huge […]

  8. adriankeithm
    adriankeithm at |

    This is a bit old but wondering if you could help.

    Whenever I try to run the script after running the engine, it shows an error message from vmware-hosts saying, “could not POST to InfluxDB API endpoint”

    I know all of my credentials work, the datasource says that it’s working within Grafana… Any ideas?

  9. vSphere Performance data – Part 8 – Wrap-up and next steps – rudimartinsen.com

    […] Chris Wahl – http://wahlnetwork.com/2015/04/29/building-a-dashboard-with-grafana-influxdb-and-powercli/ […]

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