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by Justin Ellingwood
Expose the graph data for droplets as part of the Digital Ocean API
I see this feature was marked as planned in 2014.
People are waiting for this feature since 2013...
+1 would be amazing.
+1 . Actually, I cant believe its not possible. Please give us something ... something like last hour average at least and a Disk Usage with a some delay... and be able to access some series from the last 24 hours.for most commom cases its enought. I Believe, beause we have alerts this data is for provisioning not to take care of an emergency.
It would also be great if this came with a simple library/package to create a graph just like the ones in the dashboard. That way I can just throw it into my custom dashboard without having to worry about the particulars of the API. Ideally I just want exactly what is currently shown in the DO dashboard, but on my own dashboard. Thanks!
It will allow monitoring apps on mobile devices. I can imagine adding something like this to the Andlytics app.
This would be cool as it would allow 3rd party apps to monitor the usage graphs.
Absolutely - I'm a big fan of Geckoboard
+1 for this. How much longer before this is possible?
+3'd for this.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
Please apply this feature.
Guys, your service - great!
You have provided a lot of functions, including - API. This allows me to build my project in your functional.
Your rates provide limited traffic, but to get information about traffic flow is not yet possible.
So I hope to add this functionality to the capabilities of your API.
+3 for this. It will be very useful.
This would be an awesome and really useful feature. I always like to keep an eye on my servers and this plus your monthly stats would do an amazing job at that!
+1, much needed. That and to show total transfer used within the dashboard.
This is a MUST! Definitely a great idea! :)
Yeah, if we're to pay for excess bandwidth usage, we need a way to determine how much we're actually using to project if we'll hit the cap or not!
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