I’d like to install grafana-agent into docker images and assign the environment variables to grafana-agent at deployment.
I’m following the guide: Get started with monitoring using an integration | Grafana Cloud documentation but am finding it difficult to install grafana cloud into the docker image.
- needed to change base docker image for install
- install install requires sudo and installs directly from url
- sudo: systemctl: command not found
Does Grafana provides a Docker-friendly installation script?
How are you doing this? Can you show us what you have done, what inage you used etc
I have not been successful yet. Are you able to tell me the recommended approach be to using grafana-cloud with my set-up?
My system consists of various microservices that are mostly nodejs applications compiled to node:apline docker images.
Is it be possible to embed grafana-cloud in to the docker images using (/bin/sh -c “$(curl -fsSL https://storage.googleapis.com/cloud-onboarding/agent/scripts/grafanacloud-install.sh)” on build?
I want to collect logs, metrics and traces to grafana cloud. This is a new SaaS system and I think using grafana cloud from monitoring would be a great option for this project.
You cant install something that is offered as a cloud service. Cloud usually means someone provides you the service.
Do you currently have a cloud instance of grafana ?