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Follow the links below to explore Chronograf’s features.
Pre-created dashboards are available when the required Telegraf input plugins are enabled. These applications make many useful metrics quickly available and are useful in giving you ideas about
Using the TICKscript editor in Chronograf to create, test, and debug Kapacitor TICKscripts.
Chronograf offers a complete dashboard solution for visualizing your data and monitoring your infrastructure. Learn how to create customized dashboards in Chronograf.
Use Chronograf’s cloning functionality to make copies of dashboards and cells.
Describes the visualization types available to display in Chronograf views in dashboards.
Describes how to add annotations to Chronograf views with the user interface or using the command line interface.
Learn how to create alert rules in Chronograf.
Chronograf works with Kapacitor to send alert messages to supported event handlers. Use Chronograf to send alert messages to specific URLs as well as to applications like Slack and HipChat. Learn how to set up event handlers in Chronograf.
InfluxDB Enterprise offers high availability and a highly-scalable clustering solution for your time series data needs. Learn how to use Chronograf to assess your cluster’s health and monitor the infrastructure behind your project.
Learn how to use Chronograf’s dashboard template variables to interact with your dashboards and gain insights into your data.
Chronograf provides a user interface for Kapacitor, InfluxData’s processing framework for creating alerts, running ETL jobs, and detecting anomalies in your data. Learn how Kapacitor interacts with Chronograf at a lower level and learn about advanced Kapacitor usage within Chronograf.