Skip to content
Telegraf, InfluxDB, Grafana Docker Monitoring
Branch: master
Clone or download
matisku Merge pull request #8 from matisku/grafana-without-plugins
Add ability to install Grafana without plugins.
Latest commit 2d0d17d May 14, 2018
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
grafana Add ability to install Grafana without plugins. May 14, 2018
influxdb Fix autosetup required by new Grafana components Apr 29, 2018
rancher Update Sep 22, 2016
telegraf Fix autosetup required by new Grafana components Apr 29, 2018
LICENSE Create LICENSE Dec 11, 2016 Add ability to install Grafana without plugins. May 14, 2018
circle.yml Update tests Jun 29, 2017
docker-compose-circleci.yml Add ability to install Grafana without plugins. May 14, 2018
docker-compose.yml Install all plugins automatically Mar 7, 2018

Telegraf InfluxDB Grafana Stack

What is inside TIG Stack

  • Telegraf - Gathers cpu,mem,net,docker data and sends it to InfluxDB
  • InfluxDB + volume data - Stores data from Telegraf
  • Grafana + volume data - Includes one Dashboard (there will be more!) for docker monitoring.

How to use it?

TIG stack is created for Rancher. If you are not fammiliar with rancher, please read some docs, because it is really great Docker Orchestration Tool.
To use it add custom rancher-catalog to the Rancher configuration, and within only one click, you are able to monitor your Docker Instance automatically!

What if I don't want to use Rancher?

You can obviously use this stack without Rancher. Just grab docker-compose.yml file and start your stack as usual.

$ mkdir tig-stack
$ cd tig-stack
$ curl -OL
$ docker-compose up -d

If needed you can clone this repository and build tig-stack locally. For this docker-compose-circleci.yml can be used

$ git clone
$ cd tig-stack
$ docker-compose -f docker-compose-circleci.yml up -d

If you don't need to install any Grafana plugins use docker-compose-noplugins.yml

$ git clone
$ cd tig-stack
$ docker-compose -f docker-compose-noplugins.yml up -d

Additional Info

  • By default Grafana will have all available plugins installed.
  • To access grafana go to: http://localhost:30001



GF_SECURITY_ADMIN_USER - Admin Username. Default: admin
GF_SECURITY_ADMIN_PASSWORD- Admin User Password. Default:admin
GF_SECURITY_SECRET_KEY - Secret key. Default: grafana
GF_USERS_ALLOW_SIGN_UP - Allow singup to Grafana. Default: "true"
GF_USERS_ALLOW_ORG_CREATE - Allow user create new Orgs. Default: "true"
GF_AUTH_ANONYMOUS_ENABLED - Anonymus autthorization enabled. Default: "true"
GF_AUTH_ANONYMOUS_ORG_NAME - Anonymus defaul Org Name. Default: grafana
GF_DASHBOARDS_JSON_ENABLED - Dashboards as JSON enabled. Default: "true"
GF_DASHBOARDS_JSON_PATH - Path where JSON Dashboards are stored. Default: /opt/grafana
GRAFANA_PLUGINS_ENABLED - Install all available Grafana Plugins. Default: true


INFLUX_DATABASE - IndluxDB Database Name. Default: "telegraf"
INLFUX_ADMIN_USER - IndluxDB Admin Username. Default: "grafana"
INFLUX_ADMIN_PASS - InfluxDB Admin Password. Default: "grafana"


HOST_NAME - Telegraf Default Hostane. Default: "telegraf"
INFLUXDB_HOST - IndluxDB Database Host. Default: "influxdb"
INFLUXDB_PORT - InfluxDB Default Port. Default: "8086"
DATABASE - InfluxDB Database where telegraf stores data. Default: "telegraf"


  - 3000 - in Docker
  - 3001 - on Host
  - 8083
  - 8086


Copyright © 2016-2018 Mateusz Trojak. See LICENSE for details.


  • Add more Grafs


You can’t perform that action at this time.