NebulaGraph Dashboard is a free and open panel that helps DBAs and Ops navigate and monitor their NebulaGraph services and clusters in an intuitive way. It does everything from displaying performance metrics of machines and services to visualizing cluster health.
Select how many nodes you need for each Nebula Graph service and the storage space you need to store your data.
Deploy a Nebula Graph cluster in the cloud based on your needs in a few clicks.
Upload and explore your graph data using our built-in visualization tools.
What is NebulaGraph Dashboard
The one dashboard to rule them all
Create a NebulaGraph cluster of a specified version, import nodes in batches, scale up NebulaGraph services with one click
Start, stop, and restart services on the visualized user interface
Delete and unbind NebulaGraph clusters
Be informed. Be alerted.
Set up customized alert rules or use built-in rules
View alert messages
Send alert notifications via email, webhook, etc.
Get Emergency-level alert notifications on any page in NebulaGraph Dashboard
Fine-grained access control
Support LDAP user authentication
Use role-based access control to invite users into certain spaces, and give them access to specific content and features.
Privilege distinction and cluster isolation
Get a 360° view of your NebulaGraph cluster
Monitor your graph database cluster health, alert messages, and key indicators in a Dashboard TV
Starting or stopping instances or services with one click, simplifying cluster upgrade, scale in/out, backup and restore, and data balance.
Generate diagnosis reports in one click, quickly locating and analyzing cluster issues in a specific timeframe. Diagnosis reports also help you understand basic information about nodes and services in a cluster and make DevOps suggestions or alerts based on the reports.
Why NebulaGraph Dashboard?
You need to quickly find neighbor relationships from complex relationships, analyze suspicious targets, and display graph data in a visualized manner.
You need to filter, analyze, and explore a large data set in a visualized way.
You need to monitor Nebula clusters from different aspects such as time, aggregate rules, and key metrics.
You need log information about system failures once they occur.
Community Edition v.s Enterprise Edition
Monitor the status of cluster hosts
Monitor the information of cluster services
Monitor the information of the cluster
Full life cycle management for Nebula Graph clusters