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See Upgrading to Chronograf 1.8 for details on upgrading to the latest Chronograf release.
See Configuring Chronograf 1.8 to information on starting Chronograf, configuring Chronograf, setting custom default Chronograf configuration options, and enabling security, multi-organization, and multi-user support.
Configuration options includes details on Chronograf configuration options, including command line settings and environment variables, for the Chronograf service, connections for Kapacitor and InfluxDB, and OAuth 2.0 authentication options.
Connecting Chronograf to InfluxDB Enterprise clusters covers details on configuring and using Chronograf to monitor and manage your InfluxDB Enterprise clusters.
Creating InfluxDB and Kapacitor connections includes steps for creating InfluxDB and Kapacitor connections for use with Chronograf.
Managing InfluxDB users in Chronograf covers how to use Chronograf to create and manage InfluxDB users, roles, and permissions.
See Managing Chronograf security for details on configuring OAuth 2.0 authentication providers, authentication duration, and configuring TLS and HTTPS support.
Managing Chronograf organizations covers use of the Default organization and creating, managing, and removing Chronograf organizations.
See Managing Chronograf users for details on managing Chronograf users and roles, organization-bound users, cross-organization SuperAdmin status, and navigating organizations in the Chronograf user interface.
Versions 1.3+ of InfluxDB OSS and InfluxDB Enterprise no longer support the web admin interface, the built-in user interface for writing and querying data in InfluxDB. Learn how to use Chronograf as a replacement for the web admin interface.