Learn Wavefront with in-product or external resources:
- Learn Wavefront in Wavefront: Getting Started workflow, tutorial and tour integrations, help panel, integration setup examples.
- Tutorials, Videos, and More: Tutorials, Reference documentation, FAQs and Recipes, videos, and more.
Learn Wavefront in Wavefront
|The Getting Started onboarding flow helps you get data into Wavefront, build a dashboard, and create an alert.
The Tutorial integration allows you to experiment with charts and alerts to learn (clone the integration to save your results).
The Tour Pro integration is a deep dive into Wavefront functionality.
You can explore Tour dashboards and charts, which use sample data to highlight functionality like Anomaly Detection or fine-tuning alerts. The tour also includes single-host and cluster metrics exploration dashboards.
|The Help panel is available for most screens when you click the question mark ?. You'll get a brief overview and links to other information.|
Find Reference Documentation, FAQs, and Best Practices
Our docs include reference documentation for API, query language, and chart options. Our customer success team helped with FAQs and best practices.
|REST API reference documentation is available:
|Query language reference documentation is available in this doc set. Click any link to see a function page with examples for that function, as shown in the screenshot on the right.|
|The Chart Reference has details for each chart type.|
|For Best Practices, our engineering and customer success teams continually update the information. Those doc pages have a label. Use the Best Practices tile in docs.wavefront.com or pick one of these popular Best Practices pages:|
|Our FAQ info helps both users who are new to Wavefront and users who know exactly what they want. We're updating this list as we hear from you in conversations or on Slack.
Learn with Tutorials & Videos
This doc set includes a set of tutorials for common use cases and links to short videos that help you get up to speed quickly.
The Tanzu Observability channel on VMware TV offers 50+ videos including conceptual lightboard videos and many short how-to videos.
You can watch the Getting Started with Tanzu Observability playlist playlist videos on VMware TV or click below to start.