Contacting the Loki Team Grafana Loki documentation

Teams help filter resources on their respective pages, improving organization. Alert groups created via the Integration API inherit the team from the integration. Complete the Create users and teams tutorial to learn how to set up users and teams.

  • Team Sync can be provisioned using grafanateamexternal_group resource.
  • An easy-to-use, highly scalable, and cost-efficient distributed tracing backend that requires only object storage to operate.
  • Connect any or all supported services to Grafana, and start exploring your data now.
  • Teams let you grant permissions to a group of users, instead of granting permissions to individual users one at a time.
  • If a data source query request contains an X-Cache-Skip header, then Grafana skips the caching middleware, and does not search the cache for a response.
  • A team is a group of users within an organization that have common dashboard and data source permission needs.

The totalCount field in the response can be used for pagination of the teams list E.g. if totalCount is equal to 100 teams and the perpage parameter is set to 10 then there are 10 pages of teams. For more information about assigning administrator permissions to editors, refer to Grant editors administrator permissions. We also plan to improve Grafana’s provisioning, APIs, and as-code functionality, to make it easier to manage resources between Instances. Currently the synchronization only happens when a user logs in, unless LDAP is used with the active background synchronization that was added in Grafana 6.3. When you’re finished, you’ll have two empty folders, the contents of which can only be viewed by members of the Marketing or Engineering teams.

View a list of organizations

Other resources, like dashboards, data sources, annotations, folders, Teams, and Alerts, are isolated within each organization and cannot be easily shared with another organization. ⚠️ In the main Grafana teams section, users can set team-specific user permissions, such as Admin, Editor, or Viewer,
but only for resources within that team. Currently, Grafana OnCall ignores this setting and uses global roles instead.

grafana team

At a Grafana Enterprise customer, each team of SREs is assigned a Team in Grafana, which correlates with their services, represented as Kubernetes namespaces. In Grafana, all users are granted an organization role that determines what
resources grafana team they can access. This tutorial is for admins or anyone that wants to learn how to manage
users in Grafana. You’ll add multiple local users, organize them into teams,
and make sure they’re only able to access the resources they need.

Define granular permissions

Team Administrators can add members to a team and update its settings, such as the team name, team member’s team roles, UI preferences, and home dashboard. To learn more about managing and improving product team performance, check out the full ObservabilityCON session. All our sessions from ObservabilityCON 2021 are now available on demand. In the past, a product manager would rely on an up-to-date schedule and a good backlog to monitor a team’s performance and see if a delivery is on track to meet their goals.

RBAC provides you a way of granting, changing, and revoking user read and write access to Grafana resources, such as users, reports, and authentication. When you want to extend a viewer’s ability to edit and save dashboard changes or limit an editor’s permission to modify a dashboard, you can assign permissions to dashboards and folders. For example, you might want a certain viewer to be able to edit a dashboard. While that user can see all dashboards, you can grant them access to update only one of them. Grafana Cloud OrganizationsA Grafana Cloud Organization is different from a Grafana Org. A Grafana Cloud Organization usually represents a whole company, and it can contain multiple stacks as well as centralized user management and billing.

Enable and configure query caching

For example, a user with the basic Viewer role at the organization level needs to edit on-call schedules. You can assign the Grafana OnCall RBAC role of
Schedules Editor to allow the user to view everything in Grafana OnCall, as well as allow them to edit on-call schedules. An organization is an entity that exists within your instance of Grafana. To assign or remove server administrator privileges, see Server user management. If you have already grouped some users into a team, then you can synchronize that team with an external group.

grafana team

Refer to the following examples to understand how organization and dashboard permissions impact a user’s access to dashboards. For example, if a user with the viewer organization role requires editor (or admin) access to a dashboard, you can assign those elevated permissions on an individual basis. You can further filter the plugin catalog’s results for data sources provided by the Grafana community, Grafana Labs, and partners. If you use Grafana Enterprise, you can also filter by Enterprise-supported plugins. To disable query caching for an entire Grafana instance, set the enabled flag to false in the caching section of Configure Grafana Enterprise.

Post-install configuration for Microsoft Teams integration

This section displays a list of teams, allowing you to configure team visibility and access to team resources for all
Grafana users, or only admins and team members. You can also set a default team, which is a user-specific setting;
the default team will be pre-selected each time a user creates a new resource. The team list includes a No team tag,
signifying that the resource has no team and is accessible to everyone. By default, a user can query any data source in an organization, even if the data source is not linked to the user’s dashboards. If you have access to the Grafana server, you can modify the default editor role so that editors can use administrator permissions to manage dashboard folders, dashboards, and teams that they create.

grafana team

Add a team member to an existing team whenever you want to provide access to team dashboards and folders to another user. This task requires that you have organization administrator permissions. Data source plugins hook into existing data sources via APIs and render the data in real time without requiring you to migrate or ingest your data. RBAC for Grafana plugins allows for fine-grained access control so you can define custom roles and actions for users in Grafana OnCall.

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This modification is useful for public Grafana installations where you want anonymous users to be able to edit panels and queries but not save or create new dashboards. If a data source query request contains an X-Cache-Skip header, then Grafana skips the caching middleware, and does not search the cache for a response. This can be particularly useful when debugging data source queries using cURL. You can optionally override a data source’s configured TTL for individual dashboard panels.

grafana team

By default, the viewer organization role does not allow viewers to create dashboards or use the Explore feature. However, by modifying a configuration setting, you can allow viewers to edit a panel and make changes to a dashboard but not save those changes. When you grant folder permissions, that setting applies to all dashboards and subfolders in the folder. For a more granular approach to assigning permissions, you can also assign user permissions to individual dashboards. Grafana allows you to query, visualize, alert on, and understand your metrics no matter where they are stored. Create, explore, and share beautiful dashboards with your team and foster a data-driven culture.

Restrict access to dashboards

It’s a good practice to use folders to organize collections of related dashboards. You can assign permissions at the folder level to individual users or teams. This action permanently deletes the team and removes all team permissions from dashboards and folders. Refer to Role-based access Control in Grafana Enterprise to understand how to use RBAC permissions to restrict access to dashboards, folders, administrative functions, and other resources.

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