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RESTful APIs – How to Consume, Extract, Store and Visualize Data with InfluxDB and Grafana


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Nowadays, nearly every modern application, system or solution exposes a RESTful API. On one hand, this is great and enables hundreds of other solutions or applications that can leverage these APIs, extend them or build on top of them. On the other hand, it is difficult to monitor all these new and modern systems, applications and solutions.

In this session, we will learn how to query the data using Swagger when available, extract and parse the data that’s useful for us, store it in InfluxDB and, finally, create beautiful and meaningful dashboards so everything can be viewed through a single pane of glass.

Jorge de la Cruz
Systems Engineer - Veeam Software
Jorge de la Cruz is a systems engineer, husband and father living in the UK. He has been an active blogger since 2011 and his main area of expertise, when not working as a systems engineer, is to consume and dissect RESTful APIs and send data to InfluxDB to show it within Grafana. When not working on the computer, Jorge enjoys preparing homemade food like bread, pasta and roast 'everything' with special expertise in Spanish dishes. Jorge de la Cruz is an InfluxAce.

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