Custom Grafana Dashboard for User Workload in OpenShift

I have written a medium blog at the beginning of 2020, Grafana Dashboard in OCP4.2, where we install our own grafana to display some custom dashboards. With the formal user workload monitoring support (since OCP4.6), it’s time to re-examine the Grafana dashboard with the new monitoring stack in OCP.

Install Grafana for User Workload Monitoring




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