Storage Access with Grafana
Grafana has many options for importing data. We recommend using the JSON API data source for Grafana plugin to load your IoT Ensemble data. It's a data source plugin for loading JSON data from REST APIs into Grafana.
The IoT Ensemble Dashboard displays your API Keys.
For the Cold Query, use this URL:
Request URL: https://fathym-prd.azure-api.net/iot-ensemble/ColdQuery?dataType=Telemetry&flatten=true&includeEmulated=false&resultType=JSON&zip=false
For the Warm Query, use this URL:
Request URL: https://fathym-prd.azure-api.net/iot-ensemble/WarmQuery?includeEmulated=false
In IoT Ensemble, use the 'Try It' section to see the parameters available for the Cold and Warm APIs, as well as test to see the responses.
Configuring Grafana Data Source
From the Grafana Home, click on Configuration > Data Sources
Click the 'Add data source' button and search for 'json'. Select the 'JSON API' plugin.
This example uses the Cold Query. Use the following values in the form:
- Custom HTTP Headers:
- Query string:
Click the 'Save & Test' button to verify the connection is successful. It should say 'Success' like the screenshot above.
Use your primaryKey or secondaryKey from the IoT Ensemble API Keys for the lcu-subscription-key value. For example:
Create a Grafana Dashboard
Create a new dashboard and add a panel. For the data source, select the one you added above.
Switch to the Table visualization to easily view the raw data from storage. Use the screenshot below as a reference for how to access the device properties.
Success! Now that your data is loaded into Grafana, you can build dashboards like this: