Use managed Grafana, or build custom dashboards with a self-hosted instance

Managed Grafana

CoreWeave provides a managed Grafana instance to view predefined dashboards with compute and storage summaries, and detailed reports of the GPUs, CPUs, memory, and network activity for each Pod.
To access the managed Grafana instance, use the menu in the Account Details section of CoreWeave Cloud or navigate directly to
Screenshot of Grafana menu in CoreWeave Cloud
Grafana menu
In this Grafana instance, the dashboards cannot be cannot modified, or new ones created. For complete control, deploy a own self-hosted Grafana instance on CoreWeave Cloud.

Self-hosted Grafana

To build custom dashboards from CoreWeave's Prometheus metrics, deploy a Grafana instance with CoreWeave Apps.
Grafana in the application catalog

How to deploy Grafana

  1. 1.
    Navigate to CoreWeave Applications, then click Catalog.
  2. 2.
    Search for Grafana, then click it to access the deployment screen.
  3. 3.
    Click Deploy in the upper-right corner.
  4. 4.
    Give it a meaningful name.
  5. 5.
    In most cases, leave Expose to the Public via Ingress selected.
  6. 6.
    Click Deploy.
Wait for the Pods to deploy, then click the Ingress URL to log in with the username and password in the upper-right corner.
Screenshot of deployment screen
Deployment screen

Connect to Prometheus

Our Prometheus scraping service offers many useful billing metrics for use in self-hosted Grafana instances. For an on-premise Grafana instance, follow these same steps to connect to CoreWeave's Prometheus service.
  1. 1.
    In the Grafana instance, go to Configuration -> Data Sources in the lower left menu.
    Data sources menu
    Data sources menu
  2. 2.
    Click Add New Datasource and select Prometheus.
  3. 3.
    Set the Name to CoreWeave.
  4. 4.
    Set the URL to
  5. 5.
    Click Add Header in the Custom HTTP Headers section.
  6. 6.
    Set the following values for Custom HTTP Header. Header: Authorization Value: Bearer [my-token] Replace [my-token] with the API Access token.
    Connection settings
    Connection settings
  7. 7.
    Click Save & Test at the bottom of the page to verify and save the new datasource.
    Successful connection
    Successful connection

How to find the API Access Token

If Kubernetes is already configured, the token is in the users section of kubeconfig. If not, generate a new one on the API Access page.
To view the unredacted kubeconfig, use kubectl.
kubectl config view --raw
Here's a redacted example:
apiVersion: v1
- cluster:
certificate-authority-data: DATA+OMITTED
name: coreweave
- context:
cluster: coreweave
namespace: tenant-EXAMPLE
user: token-EXAMPLE-USER
name: coreweave
current-context: coreweave
kind: Config
preferences: {}
- name: token-EXAMPLE-USER
The API Access token, which is REDACTED in this example, is located in the users section at the bottom.
If there is more than one context in the kubeconfig, make sure to choose the token for the desired namespace.

Billing metrics

If building a Grafana dashboard for the first time, we suggest reading Build your first dashboard at Grafana Labs.
The Grafana billing metrics are in the CoreWeave datasource. There is no need to filter the namespace when adding these metrics to a dashboard.
Billing metrics
Billing metrics
There's no need to filter the namespace label to the namespace for any metric. It will be automatically inserted on all queries received.
For more information about the Prometheus scraping service, refer to the Metrics article.