Question: how have you found Grafana to compare to Kibana?

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dan512
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2018-05-01 18:25:26

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jarret.peterson 2018-05-01 18:36:01 We moved from kibana to grafana. Grafana is really nice, especially the new 0.5 version
josh502 2018-05-01 18:40:37 I've found some charts are much harder to make in grafana than kibana but thats really easy in kibana's visualize tool\ stuff like "average top 5 longest requests"
dan512 2018-05-01 21:58:31 hm interesting. i suppose they must both have their ups and downs
johnbeans 2018-05-01 22:57:24 has anyone here used mu ? https://github.com/stelligent/mu thinking of using it to setup some basic aws architecture and deployment pipelines. would love to get some feedback if you’ve used it in the past!
nschhina 2018-05-01 23:13:17 Hey, today I started my devops internship and the company I work for uses Terraform as IaC client. Can someone advise me how I can learn Terraform and what are some good resources?
coderanger 2018-05-01 23:14:49 https://www.terraform.io/intro/index.html is the place to start So you might need to drop down a level and start there Though it does expect you already have pretty deep knowledge of the cloud features you are trying to automate
rlister 2018-05-01 23:15:43 O’Reilly books are generally a good place to start.
coderanger 2018-05-01 23:16:53 The trouble with books these days is they are often at least 6 months behind, so for fast moving projects that can be hard.
geekman2 2018-05-01 23:17:32 Buddy of mine published a book on docker with Apress Because of updates By the time it made it to print it had errors
gd1100 2018-05-01 23:19:30 Thats why it is good to write about what versions you are writing :slightly_smiling_face:
nschhina 2018-05-01 23:19:35 I'm fairly new to DevOps, I have decent python knowledge and some cloud knowledge. Our stack is basically Terraform+Jenkins+AWS. So you believe I should first in depth understand AWS?
gd1100 2018-05-01 23:20:14 this all techs are accually connected in your case just to learn how to start jobs, debug them etc to automake this or that. Jeking propably will take the least of your time while you shall study AWS I'm sure you will need terraform
geekman2 2018-05-01 23:22:21 @nschhina The best way to learn all 3 of those is to just use them And iterate Fail gracefully Fail early, fail often That's actually the fundamental concept of Agile/DevOps But you'll learn more by just trying One thing I think is important to remember is that you're not going to do everything perfect the first time But it's more likely if you just do your first terraform plan you'll find the pieces start to click You can read all the documentation, watch all the videos, and do all the courses in the world
coderanger 2018-05-01 23:25:49 Expect your reading to be a yak spiral. TF doesn't abstract _anything_ about the underlying tools and systems You'll need to also simultaneously read about the things you are automating :slightly_smiling_face: You can't just "learn Terraform" in isolation
geekman2 2018-05-01 23:27:30 Well it abstracts it But it doesn't simplify it or hold your hand

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