Redash helps you make sense of your data. Connect and query your data sources (Redshift, BigQuery, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and many others), visualize and share your data, build dashboards and share them with your organization. Used by Atlassian, Cloudflare, Mozilla, Netlify, Soundcloud, Waze, and more, Redash is a popular Open Source project that allows you to customize and add features, experience no lock-in, and you can contribute back to the community.
Once you created the VM, you should have a running Redash instance with everything you need to get started. Redash should be available using the server IP address. You should point your browser to this address.
The browser will show a quick setup screen to create your first admin user. Once you’ve done this, you can start using Redash.
There are some additional recommended setup steps, like setting up mail server, HTTPS, etc. See more details in our setup guide.