Grafana is an open-source tool for data visualization and monitoring platform. In this tutorial, I show you how to install this tool using Docker Compose!
First, go to Grafana’s Docker Hub page https://hub.docker.com/r/grafana/grafana to find the version you want to install. I will install the latest version.
Grafana will run on port 3000 by default, so I will write a docker-compose.yml file with the following content to install Grafana:
If now, you run the command “docker compose up” in the directory containing this docker-compose.yml file, you will see the following results:
So we have successfully installed Grafana using Docker Compose already!
To access Grafana Dashboard, go to http://localhost:3000/. Its results are as follows:
The default username and password is admin/admin guys! After you log in using this information, Grafana will ask if you want to change this default password:
Please change this password if you want! Otherwise, you can click Skip, the result will be as follows: