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Real-time vs Historic Data Views in Grafana

We often use Grafana for visualizing data from IoT devices. We even wrote a WebSockets plugin for the platform that makes sure you can graph your live data as soon as it arrives on Golioth. But our REST API is also useful with the Grafana platform for visualize historic data.

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Using WebSockets with Grafana

Golioth has just released a Grafana WebSocket Data Source plugin. This open source plugin allows you to create a graphic dashboard using data from any WebSocket URL that uses JSON formatting. This means you can you directly connect the Golioth Cloud API and have Grafana render incoming data in real time as graphs, charts, maps, […]

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Building IoT Dashboards with Golioth, Grafana, and Node-RED

This guest post is contributed by Ben Mawbey, a community member who is active on the Golioth Discord and frequently takes part in Office Hours. Data wants to be visualized. The impact of showing a customer a slick plot of the information their devices have been collecting is massive compared to pointing at a few […]

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Here’s to 2023!

The end of the calendar year is a great time to reflect on what matters most from the past year. In 2022 the growth of the Golioth platform exceeded our expectations—both in terms of new customers and in terms of new features. We found that much of our growth was driven by the customers joining […]

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IoT Greenhouse Controller: A Golioth Reference Design

The Internet of Things (IoT) can make existing infrastructure more useful and easier to operate, with the added benefit that you don’t need to be on-site to make changes. This is the case with Golioth’s latest reference design: a greenhouse controller that adjusts ventilation and grow lighting based on sensor readings. It also provides manual […]

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IoT Trashcan Monitor: A Golioth Reference Design

Internet of Things (IoT) devices are successful when they cut down on work. This almost always results in monetary savings for the companies or groups deploying the IoT solution. Since I am a fan of industrial uses of IoT over other (consumer) use cases, I often say that the value of IoT devices is not […]