Here is the recap of our last Office Hour (Nov. 2022) dedicated to Discovery
Our last Office Hours session was held on November 15 and was dedicated to Discovery.
First, I would like to warmly thank all the attendees.
We greatly appreciate your feedback and participation! This session was an opportunity to discuss Discovery, how it works, its future developments, and of course answer all your questions and queries.
If you couldn't attend, here is a recap of the questions asked during this session.
|Discovery is a dashboard as code tool dedicated to Warp 10. It allows you to create personalized and highly dynamic dashboards.|
Q: How to start with Discovery?
The easiest way is to start from the documentation, to learn how to set up, configure and customize your Discovery dashboard.
And then, you can find a lot of samples and tutorials on the blog. 👇
Real-time IoT monitoring from Kafka to dashboard
Real-Time Monitoring: Setting Up Alerts, Notifications & Dashboard
Remote dashboards with Discovery Explorer
2022 review of the Warp 10 platform
Secure Discovery Explorer with KeyCloak
Discovery Tips&Tricks #4 – Production-ready! 🚀
August 2022: Warp 10 release 2.11.0
Discovery Tips&Tricks #3 – Build a form
Health data analysis made easy with Warp 10
Discovery Tips&Tricks #2 – Reproduce the WarpStudio Plot view
Create a custom tile for Discovery
Discovery Tips&Tricks #1 – Synchronization of zoom and focus between charts
Discovery Explorer – The dashboards server
2021 recap: new functions and tools in the Warp 10 Platform
Using Warp 10 as a map tile server for Discovery
Santa asset tracking and delivery service
What's new in the Warp 10 Ecosystem
Server monitoring with Warp 10 and Telegraf
Covid Tracker built with Warp 10 and Discovery
Q: Discovery Everywhere?
Yes, you can benefit from Discovery in many ways.
At first, we designed it as Web Components, so you can embed it directly into any web page (including your own website).
Because it is handy to visualize what we are coding, we embedded Discovery directly into VSCode.
And, if you do not want to put your hands into HTML, you can use Discovery Explorer. This is a web server which handles a file system directory containing mc2 files, describing dashboards.
Q: What about role-based access control for Discovery?
There are many ways to do that. Either you build your own website and use Discovery as web components, you can use Discovery Explorer behind a reverse proxy that will do the authentication, or you can use Discovery Explorer against a KeyCloak instance (as described here).
Q: What about your road map?
We plan to do a lot around Discovery, here are some features we plan to work on during the next quarter (year?):
- Draw area on a map for geo selection
- A 3D Viewer plugin
- Add annotations directly on charts and store a datapoint.
- Discovery in WarpStudio
- Discovery builder (a drag & drop dashboard builder based upon macros)
Q: How to load balance Warp 10 for high availability?
Ok, it is not about Discovery, obviously. This mechanism is called Datalog and is described here.
Once again, thank you all. I would like to apologize for the poor sound, we will do better the next time.
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This Office Hours recap didn't answer all your questions about Discovery? Have questions about Warp 10 in general? We'll be happy to answer your questions on Slack (join the Warp 10 community), Stack Overflow, or Twitter.
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