The following sections describe how to configure DataV to render data from Log Service.

The following sections describe how to:
  • Create and configure Log Service to work with DataV (set indexes).
  • Create a sample dashboard.
  • Share the dashboard publicly.


Configure Log Service

  1. Visit the Logstore List page within your project.
  2. Click Search next to the name of your project. The following page is displayed:
  3. Create indices for all required fields. The following example creates an index for each item. Click Index Attributes from the upper menu of the page and click Modify.
  4. Verify the data from the Search & Analysis page:
  5. Once the data has been imported properly, switch to Graph view (in the following graph, the axis is ‘time’):

Configure DataV

  1. Visit the DataV product page to create your first project.
  2. Click Create Project, select a blank template, and click Create.
  3. Add a widget to the dashboard.
    The widget displays some sample static dataset.
  4. Click the widget and, select the Log Service (SLS) from Data Source Type from the Data tab on the right side.
  5. Click Create in the Select Data Source. The New data dialog is displayed, fill in the relevant information, and click OK.
    Note Make sure you add http:// or https:// in the Endpoint field.
  6. Once completed, select the newly created Source. The following example uses a simple example query:
    "projectName": "k8s-logs",
    "logStoreName": "k8s-logstore",
    "topic": "",
    "from": "1518883200",
    "to": "1518969600",
    "query": "* | select count(1) as pv, date_format(from_unixtime(__time__ - __time__%3600) ,'%Y/%m/%d %H:%i:%s') as time group by time order by time limit 1000" ,
    "line": 100,
    "offset": 0
    Note from and to are the timestamps you can use to examine raw data in the Search console.
  7. Preview the data by clicking View Data Response button at the lower-side of the window. The following response result window is displayed:
  8. Click Select Filter and apply the following filter to make sure the pv is an integer, and click OK.
    return Object.keys(data).map((key) => {
     let d= data[key];
     d["pv"] = parseInt(d["pv"]);
     return d;
  9. Set the axes and verify the settings are set correctly.
  10. Click Preview.
    You can see that x and y use the correct data type, and pv is an integer.
  11. To share this dashboard publicly, click Publish in the upper-right corner of the page.
    An example of a completed and published DataV dashboard, using a dataset from a Log Service data, is as follows:


You have successfully configured DataV and Log Service together on Alibaba Cloud and used Log Service to perform real-time monitoring by means of a custom dashboard.


For more information on Log Service and containers, see