Redis Data Source: An Easy-to-Use Monitoring Solution for Redis
Using Redis Data Source for Grafana
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It’s Really Easy to Set Up and Try
Set up an Azure Cache for Redis instance
Start Grafana in Docker:
Access Grafana dashboard — browse to
adminas the username and password
Add the Data Source
Enter the host and access key for the Azure Cache for Redis instance.
Make sure you enable TLS
All set! You can now run queries from the Explore section.
This is just an example of the INFO command to retrieve basic Server info.
That’s Not All
There is a nice dashboard that comes with the Data Source — https://grafana.com/grafana/dashboards/12776.
To import it, just go to the Dashboards section of the Data Source.
To see it in action, first navigate to Dashboards and choose Redis
.. and here it is.
This Is Just the Beginning…
I am not a Grafana expert, but pretty sure there is lots more to explore. I will try playing around with custom dashboards and other supported Redis Data structures such as Streams etc.
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