Please note we are deprecating the Grafana dashboards - If you use this feature get in contact with us now:

Hyperglance integrates with Grafana to bring you beautiful dashboards that summarize the monitoring activity of each and every group in Hyperglance.

Enabling Grafana Group Dashboards

This feature is being deprecated and is now disabled by default in Hyperglance. If you use this feature get in contact with us now:

To enable these dashboards again:

1) SSH into the Hyperglance server

2) Edit config file: /opt/wildfly/standalone/deployments/hgs.ear/lib/common.jar/

3) Set grafana.groupDashboard.path=/dashboard/db/hyperglance-group-dashboard?var-Topology=%s&var-groupName=%s&var-groupUID=%s

How To Access Grafana

1) Select a group from the Hyperglance topology; switch to the ATTRIBUTES tab and you will find a link to the "Group Summary Dashboard".

2) Login to grafana. (Grafana uses the same default username/password as Hyperglance, usually either admin/admin or admin/instanceID for instance bought from the AWS marketplace).

Understanding the Grafana Group Dashboard

You can navigate between different groups using the dropdowns at the top-left:

Node Status Summary

Shows currently how many nodes are doing OK or alarming at various levels of severity:

Group Alarms Summary

Shows currently many sub-groups are doing OK or alarming at various levels of severity:

Node Status for last 30 days

Track the health of your nodes for the last 30 days

Node Category By Type

Shows how many nodes of each type are currently contained within the group.

Also shows the current distribution of devices with a 'runtime status' such as instances & virtual-machines (e.g. active, stopped, terminated, etc).

Node Category By Attributes for last 30 days

Track the number of instances according special attributes such as their allocation type (e.g. micro, medium, large)

Node Category By Runtime State for last 30 days

Track the numbers of nodes contained within this group over the last 30 days.

Each chart tracks a different type of node and where applicable draws a line plot per runtime-state.