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Grafana data exporter

Grafana progress list plugin

CorpGlory development team has a long history developing plugins for Grafana In 2017, we developed a plugin called grafana-progress-list. Our plugin helps to show large sorted lists of bars and make a calculation of total values on a current time range and color scheme

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VSVG

We got a request from researcher and writer, Igor Zhirkov to make infographics for Low-Level-Programming-Assembly-Execution-Architecture book.
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Algorithms and Math visualizations

Once CorpGlory Dev team worked with Dima Barbanel and his team - masterskaya.pro. The idea was to make computational art based on the data about graduates.
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Bundling Express.js apps with Webpack

Installation of all Node.js dependencies and building sources on the production host is painful. Make a bundle on development host and deploy a single bundle on production.
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Updating HTTPS certificates with cron

Certbot / certbot-auto is a free, open-source software tool for managing SSL-certificates, to be precise - Let’s Encrypt certificates.
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The state of React in Grafana

Grafana started to migrate from AngularJS to React in late 2018. This migration changes the development process and introduces new features for plugins.
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Grafana data exporter

The tool is based upon @corpglory/tsdb-kit, which provides a unified interface and the same output format for each datasource, such as field order and time units.
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Time-series Analysis with TimescaleDB, Grafana and Plotly

Grafana is a open-source tool for beautifully visualising time-series data. TimescaleDB is an open-source time-series database that natively supports full SQL, while scaling to 100s of billions of rows.
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Russian Budget 2016

Our team tracked how the government spends 1.64 trillion rubles. Also made an infographic by main categories.
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Accelerometer vs timeseries applications

Sometimes you need some time series data for testing your apps or infrastructure.
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