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by Justin Ellingwood
Expose the graph data for droplets as part of the Digital Ocean API
This would really help me put all of my analytics/metrics in one place.
Currently I embed Google Analytics on an administration panel, but it'd be awesome to see the droplet's metrics on the same page.
I would love to see this implemented.
Yes! I wanna have all my graphs in one place only. My own computer!
Any updates on this? Would be really useful to have!
A feature like this would definitely help us consolidate infrastructure monitoring!
Voting for this feature, because currently there is no way for me to see the Graphs in the portal, because there is no ability to revert to traditional Graphs from the New Graphs (which I cannot use for other reasons). Thanks!
I would like this feature
This will be very great for people like me who would like to provide real time graphs to customers we host on Digital Ocean
I'd be a very nice feature, allowing us to visuzalize in a single point all our droplets graph
This would be really nice feature and combining it with webhooks(for example Slack/Discord automated notifications etc) would be really needed.
This would be fantastic, allowing a mobile app to use this so I can view the performance metrics on the go is a must!
An API endpoint to access the collected metrics infos would be useful.
It should return everything you can see in the webinterface:
- Disk usage & activities
- (Top) Processes grouped by RAM and CPU usage
Would really love this.
Yes, it would be a great plus, so we can get a good picture of the state of the servers...
Now that there's the new "Monitoring" checkbox that adds more info to the graphs, and there's the DO-agent repo that adds additional data to the graphs, this feature would be awesome!
Here's the repo for the DO agent: https://github.com/digitalocean/do-agent
+1 would be really useful to assemeble the DO graphs in Grafana or another dashboard
Everything about a droplet is accessible via the API except the performance statistics.
It makes no sense to install a full, second set of monitoring tools just to retrieve the numbers you're already getting.
must have option
+1000 for autoscaling
Yes please. Amazing charts amazing api much wow
+1. Being able to see bandwidth data through the API would be great.
This would be huge for our business
+1. would be nice to provide simple auto scaling trough average utilization of droplet or group of droplets.
@Moisey any ETA on this...... since V2 do not have it ..
+1, but keeping your own IP is more important I guess. Because, this graph can have somehow workaround solutions. But IP does not. Anyway +1
DigitalOcean launched the new API v2 without it! I'm very disapointed.
It's 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!
This is a MUST! Definitely a great idea! :)
+1, much needed. That and to show total transfer used within the dashboard.
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!
+3 for this. It will be very useful.
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'd for this.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
Please apply this feature.
+1 for this. How much longer before this is possible?
Absolutely - I'm a big fan of Geckoboard
This would be cool as it would allow 3rd party apps to monitor the usage graphs.
It will allow monitoring apps on mobile devices. I can imagine adding something like this to the Andlytics app.
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