The Blog in numbers, a look at 2020

Greetings friends, like every year on the Spanish Blog, I like to show you the summary of numbers, articles, and so on, which in the end is simply the combined effort of you visiting this blog, and me writing the articles.First of all, I would like to comment that it has been a very strange year, very complicated for all those who have lost not only their jobs but also their health and the health of those closest to them, besides having to juggle those of us who are lucky enough to work from home. This has conditioned and changed a lot the consumption of news, and of mobiles in general, at least it has made me write much less, and in turn, want to read less, or have less time to read many other blogs, etc.From here, I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! and I hope that you and all of your relatives will continue with health, work, and prosperity for the year 2021. Let's go with the summary. For the Spanish blog summary visit here.

Looking for the Perfect Dashboard: InfluxDB, Telegraf, and Grafana – Part XXII (Monitoring Cloudflare, include beautiful Maps)

Greetings friends, since 2016 I have been showing you how to get the Perfect Dashboard using Grafana, InfluxDB, and Telegraf, we have come a long way together, and we have seen how to monitor a myriad of critical components, such as SSL, web page responses, VMware vSphere, Veeam, and much, much more.Today we return to the basics, exploring some of the more visually appealing plugins, and giving it a more personal touch, how it is to analyze Cloudflare's statistics where we have our blog, personal website, e-commerce, etc. cached.Note: As the API has been deprecated. Cloudflare now publishes everything by GraphQL, I have corrected the whole script to make it work smoothly.Once you have finished this tutorial, you will have something similar to this, it is better to give it several days or weeks to see the full potential: