Advanced parameters for Aiven for Grafana®#

Below you can find a summary of every configuration option available for Aiven for Grafana® service:

custom_domain#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Custom domain Serve the web frontend using a custom CNAME pointing to the Aiven DNS name

ip_filter#

array

IP filter Allow incoming connections from CIDR address block, e.g. ‘10.20.0.0/16’

static_ips#

boolean

Static IP addresses Use static public IP addresses

external_image_storage#

object

External image store settings

provider#

string

Provider type

bucket_url#

string

Bucket URL for S3

access_key#

string

S3 access key. Requires permissions to the S3 bucket for the s3:PutObject and s3:PutObjectAcl actions

secret_key#

string

S3 secret key

smtp_server#

object

SMTP server settings

host#

string

Server hostname or IP

port#

integer

SMTP server port

skip_verify#

boolean

Skip verifying server certificate. Defaults to false

username#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Username for SMTP authentication

password#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Password for SMTP authentication

from_address#

string

Address used for sending emails

from_name#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Name used in outgoing emails, defaults to Grafana

starttls_policy#

string

Either OpportunisticStartTLS, MandatoryStartTLS or NoStartTLS. Default is OpportunisticStartTLS.

auth_basic_enabled#

boolean

Enable or disable basic authentication form, used by Grafana built-in login

auth_generic_oauth#

object

Generic OAuth integration

allow_sign_up#

boolean

Automatically sign-up users on successful sign-in

allowed_domains#

array

Allowed domains

allowed_organizations#

array

Require user to be member of one of the listed organizations

api_url#

string

API URL

auth_url#

string

Authorization URL

client_id#

string

Client ID from provider

client_secret#

string

Client secret from provider

name#

string

Name of the OAuth integration

scopes#

array

OAuth scopes

token_url#

string

Token URL

auth_google#

object

Google Auth integration

allow_sign_up#

boolean

Automatically sign-up users on successful sign-in

client_id#

string

Client ID from provider

client_secret#

string

Client secret from provider

allowed_domains#

array

Domains allowed to sign-in to this Grafana

auth_github#

object

Github Auth integration

allow_sign_up#

boolean

Automatically sign-up users on successful sign-in

client_id#

string

Client ID from provider

client_secret#

string

Client secret from provider

team_ids#

array

Require users to belong to one of given team IDs

allowed_organizations#

array

Require users to belong to one of given organizations

auth_gitlab#

object

GitLab Auth integration

allow_sign_up#

boolean

Automatically sign-up users on successful sign-in

api_url#

string

API URL. This only needs to be set when using self hosted GitLab

auth_url#

string

Authorization URL. This only needs to be set when using self hosted GitLab

client_id#

string

Client ID from provider

client_secret#

string

Client secret from provider

allowed_groups#

array

Require users to belong to one of given groups

token_url#

string

Token URL. This only needs to be set when using self hosted GitLab

auth_azuread#

object

Azure AD OAuth integration

allow_sign_up#

boolean

Automatically sign-up users on successful sign-in

client_id#

string

Client ID from provider

client_secret#

string

Client secret from provider

auth_url#

string

Authorization URL

token_url#

string

Token URL

allowed_groups#

array

Require users to belong to one of given groups

allowed_domains#

array

Allowed domains

private_access#

object

Allow access to selected service ports from private networks

grafana#

boolean

Allow clients to connect to grafana with a DNS name that always resolves to the service’s private IP addresses. Only available in certain network locations

public_access#

object

Allow access to selected service ports from the public Internet

grafana#

boolean

Allow clients to connect to grafana from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network

recovery_basebackup_name#

string

Name of the basebackup to restore in forked service

service_to_fork_from#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Name of another service to fork from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

project_to_fork_from#

[‘string’, ‘null’]

Name of another project to fork a service from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

user_auto_assign_org#

boolean

Auto-assign new users on signup to main organization. Defaults to false

user_auto_assign_org_role#

string

Set role for new signups. Defaults to Viewer

google_analytics_ua_id#

string

Google Analytics ID

metrics_enabled#

boolean

Enable Grafana /metrics endpoint

alerting_error_or_timeout#

string

Default error or timeout setting for new alerting rules

alerting_nodata_or_nullvalues#

string

Default value for ‘no data or null values’ for new alerting rules

alerting_enabled#

boolean

Enable or disable Grafana alerting functionality

alerting_max_annotations_to_keep#

integer

Max number of alert annotations that Grafana stores. 0 (default) keeps all alert annotations.

dashboards_min_refresh_interval#

string

Minimum refresh interval Signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s, 1h

dashboards_versions_to_keep#

integer

Dashboard versions to keep per dashboard

dataproxy_timeout#

integer

Timeout for data proxy requests in seconds

dataproxy_send_user_header#

boolean

Send ‘X-Grafana-User’ header to data source

viewers_can_edit#

boolean

Users with view-only permission can edit but not save dashboards

editors_can_admin#

boolean

Editors can manage folders, teams and dashboards created by them

disable_gravatar#

boolean

Set to true to disable gravatar. Defaults to false (gravatar is enabled)

allow_embedding#

boolean

Allow embedding Grafana dashboards with iframe/frame/object/embed tags. Disabled by default to limit impact of clickjacking

date_formats#

object

Grafana date format specifications

full_date#

string

Moment.js style format string for cases where full date is shown

interval_second#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring second accuracy is shown

interval_minute#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring minute accuracy is shown

interval_hour#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring hour accuracy is shown

interval_day#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring day accuracy is shown

interval_month#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring month accuracy is shown

interval_year#

string

Moment.js style format string used when a time requiring year accuracy is shown

default_timezone#

string

Default time zone for user preferences. Value ‘browser’ uses browser local time zone.