Track and graph your Aerospike node statistics as well as statistics for all of the configured namespaces.
Knowing how well your webserver is handling your traffic helps you build great experiences for your users. Collect server statistics to maintain exceptional performance.
Collect and graph performance metrics from the MON and OSD nodes in a Ceph storage cluster.
Use the Dovecot stats protocol to collect and graph metrics on configured domains.
Easily monitor and track key web server performance metrics from any running HAProxy instance.
Gather metrics about the running Kubernetes pods and containers for a single host.
Collect and act on a set of Mesos statistics and metrics that enable you to monitor resource usage and detect abnormal situations early.
Gather and graph metrics from this simple and lightweight messaging protocol ideal for IoT devices.
Gather phusion passenger stats to securely operate web apps, microservices & APIs with outstanding reliability, performance and control.
The Prometheus plugin gathers metrics from any webpage exposing metrics with Prometheus format.
Monitor the status of the puppet server – the success or failure of actual puppet runs on the end nodes themselves.
The Grid Systems Infrastructure team at SolarCity is responsible for providing the infrastructure to withstand loading tons of real-time data from their field devices, into their pub/sub messaging system, and back out to multiple outlets, such as, for instance, real-time databases like InfluxDB. SolarCity loves continuous queries (CQs), because it allows them to aggregate from within InfluxDB itself in real-time.
SolarCity is an American provider of energy services, headquartered in San Mateo, California. Among its primary services, the company designs, finances, and installs solar power systems. The company has over 13,000 employees.
For CitiLogics, InfluxDB's speed and flexibility was so far beyond what the utilities industry have had at this point. They found it was a real game-changer for analytics in general and municipal water utilities in particular. What did Citilogics find compelling about InfluxDB? Data throughput, easy integration with dashboards and ease of development. The speed of queries was key as well, as existing process control historians were simply not designed to serve data efficiently. They needed a better solution in order to ingest data quickly enough to serve analytics in real time.
CitiLogics delivers advanced predictive analytics to municipal water utilities. Think continuous health monitoring for thousands of miles of underground water pipes. They can detect problems early and track down leaks and inefficiencies with a physics-based hydraulic simulation engine and modern web-based dashboards and alerts.
The NIST ARTIQ project uses InfluxDB as a backend to log and analyze everything about their quantum physics experiments: from vacuum pressures, environmental parameters, and laser powers, to qubit transition frequencies, single ion fluorescence, and quantum gate fidelities.
ARTIQ (Advanced Real-Time Infrastructure for Quantum physics) is a next-generation control system for quantum information experiments. It is developed in partnership with the Ion Storage Group at NIST, and its applicability reaches beyond ion trapping. The system features a high-level programming language that helps describing complex experiments, which is compiled and executed on dedicated hardware with nanosecond timing resolution and sub-microsecond latency.
InfluxDB provided Jolt a scalable way to both read and write large amounts of data. They found it incredibly easy to setup and easy to use. InfluxDB allowed Jolt's developers to create a backend system for temperature data collection and display it almost instantly. Jolt also uses InfluxDB to chart aggregate operations over large amounts of data very quickly.
Jolt provides temperature monitoring hardware and cloud based services to restaurants and other similar businesses.
InfluxDB had many features Newmax needed that made it an ideal choice. First, it is fast and scalable. Their servers receives millions of GPS data points from sensors every second, and InfluxDB handled the load perfectly. Second, the SQL like query language made it easy for them to retrieve data. For visualization they use InfluxDB with Grafana.
NewMax develops a product called Maxtrack a GPS tracking system for vehicles. GPS trackers are installed in cars and allow the owners to track them on the map and get reports on fuel, stops and mileage driven.
KNXMonitor uses InfluxDB to store thousands of individual metrics for residential and commercial buildings using the KNX Protocol. This typically runs into the hundred's of datapoints per minute per building. They like the fact that by using InfluxDB their data is compressed and they can conflate the data when querying it. They have been storing data reliably for over a year now using InfluxDB.
KNXMonitor is the first cloud based remote debugging, monitoring and control system for KNX installations, requiring nothing but an off-the-shelf KNX IP-router and an Internet connection.
Geographite found the ability for InfluxDB to include multiple values per data point as a key feature. They wanted to store a latitude and longitude value alongside the metric. Compatibility with existing graphing tools like Grafana was also important.
Geographite is a tool for displaying time-series data with a spatial component. Applications include creating dashboard maps for sensor networks, vehicle fleets, or operational activity. Data can be displayed as individual points or aggregated into visualizations like a heat map.
InfluxDB allowed Muzzley to easily set up a platform to not only monitor their systems and services, but also to register key information transmitted through our system in realtime. They needed a quick way to deal with this information in an accurate way and InfluxDB proved to be exactly what they were looking for.
Muzzley makes automation a breeze. Automating your home can be tough. Muzzley makes this task easy by putting all your smart devices to work together in a way that adapts to your preferences. No wires, no hubs, no fuss. Just your smartphone and the devices you love.
Mirubee uses InfluxDB as its primary engine for storing billions of energy measurements. InfluxDB's powerful TSM storage engine helps them reduce the amount of hardware needed while keeping the flexibility of a time-series oriented query language.
Mirubee is a real-time energy data monitoring and analysis platform. They apply machine learning algorithms to provide insights on individual and collective energy usage. Mirubee gives its users information about how they use their energy so they can be more efficient and reduce their energy bills.
Telemetria-Online uses InfluxDB because it is very easy to install and maintain, it's compatible with the other tools they use, and it allows them to keep only the data we are interested in by setting proper retention policies.
Telemetria-Online is a IoT platform which makes it easy to connect devices and sensors to the web.
Before InfluxDB, OOO (also known as Pavis Plus) used a traditional relational database (MySQL) to store statistics and online monitoring data. Under times of heavy load the system would fail and be unable to continue to accept writes, causing gaps in the continuity of their data. OOO in-turn started suffering material losses because of this. They then decided to test a database management system that was purpose built for time-series data. InfluxDB proved to be very fast, lightweight and able to store data efficiently.
OOO is a manufacturing company specializing in lightweight, high-precision metalworking. OOO's holding company is ParAAvis - one of the most famous manufacturers of ultralight aviation products in the world. OOO's products are intended for aviation and other industries that require a very high degree of accuracy in their mechanisms. All of our lathes, quality control and counting machines are automated and generate a huge flow of time-series data.
For Dominion Cider Co, InfluxDB’s ease of deployment was a key selling point. It was very easy to get up and running and start sending data from their embedded micro-controllers. They use InfluxDB to store telemetry data from their fermentation and conditioning tanks, chiller system, and various other equipment.
Dominion makes hard apple cider on a farm in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada.
The iMetrical IoT project is about gathering residential energy consumption data and visual graphing it to look for trends and patterns. What did iMetrical find compelling about InfluxDB? Simplicity and sheer speed. Plus the fact that it is open and plays well with other components like Docker, Grafana and Prometheus was a great bonus.
iMetrical has implemented a system for monitoring residential electrical power consumption. They feel that this kind of feedback is essential in changing habits to realize efficiency gains.
isvhsopen.com is the realtime status monitor for the door of the Vancouver Hack Space Society. When someone opens the space up, they can flick on a lightswitch, and the website (driven by InfluxDB) instantly switches to "Open". The analytics that are made possible by a time-series database opened up additional ideas for these dataheads. They've had people map out common open times, and predict future times.
Vancouver Hack Space provides a physical space where people can gather to share ideas, equipment, opinions, and beer. Members work on personal projects, collaborate with others, and learn new skills. More than just a studio space, they focus on sharing all sorts of knowledge within a friendly and collaborative atmosphere.
InfluxDB was the clear winner when ioWaves was looking for a database to store their time-series data. They needed a straight-forward way to store data points without much of hassle. InfluxDB proved to be simple in use, possessed a clear query language, had useful built-in functions, and a clear roadmap for the future of the product. Because of these attributes, ioWaves was able to get InfluxDB into production quickly.
InduWaves is a new and modern SCADA/Energy Management System as-a-service. ioWaves is building InduWaves to provide users with a zero-configuration web application that collects their data, stores it as time-series and allows them to explore it in many useful and visually stunning ways. InduWaves allows users to optimize their energy consumption and at the same time get an overview of the health of their infrastructure.
InfluxDB helps Hack&Dev by delivering a tiny footprint without compromising on features. This means InfluxDB can be deployed in resource-constrained environments. They use it for a variety of monitoring tasks including their public-facing web latency measurements and hardware tests time tracking.
Hack&Dev provides open source hosting for various build and developer infrastructure components, with an emphasis on embedded projects.
InfluxDB allowed Digipolis to store thousands of metrics from different devices with a 1 second granularity. Debugging has never been easier for them. They are now running a POC which will receive even more metrics from all kinds of IoT sensors in the city of Ghent, Belgium. Most compelling feature of the TICK-stack? The super performant Telegraf client!
Digipolis is a Belgium-based IT services firm with a focus on making smart cities and municipal services a reality.
SmarTap uses InfluxDB and Kapacitor as a backend and data processing engine for the water pressure monitoring of their line of digital showers. Compelling features? Ease-of-use, data compression and performance.
SmarTap is much more than a shower. It's a powerful and unique way to control your entire water system. Smartap delivers smarter, safer, and greener technology benefits.
HealthQ is currently involved in developing a suite of products for LifeQ. LifeQ uses computational systems biology and continuous body monitoring to create an on-demand record of one’s personal physiology and health. This enables specialists and organizations to help humans better understand and manage their health over time. HealthQ needed a datastore that was optimized for time -eries data, schema-less and fault tolerant. They have been using InfluxDB for the past year and it has enabled them to be very agile in their development approach.
HealthQ Technologies is a high-tech startup company combining skills from various disciplines to provide solutions in the digital health and wellness space.
Essential Technologies’ Sensors Connect platform delivers an air quality index collecting ecosystem. Although still in beta, their first customers have already deployed custom portals using LoRa and LoRaWAN to send measurements from nodes over to gateways and network servers. InfluxDB is used to store persistent data for a predefined period of time.
SensorsConnect.com believes that all of us should be responsible for maintaining air quality. That’s why they’ve introduced SensInAir, a solar powered air quality index sensor. You can install it in your backyard or on your balcony and the SensInAir will report results using LoRaWan technology to a centralized server. The information is then consolidated per individual with city wide results available in an easily digestible formats.
Wattvision uses InfluxDB in conjunction with their internal tools to track energy usage data emitted from smart sensors in their customers homes, businesses and rental properties.
Wattvision is a revolutionary sensor and app that gives you real-time feedback on your energy use so you can save money and the planet. It's like a FitBit for home energy usage.
The Nanometrics Apollo Server is a data acquisition software application designed to acquire continuous time-series data, state-of-health data, triggers and alerts from a wide range of remote field digitizers and data sources collecting seismic data. InfluxDB to used to monitor their application and state-of-health data. This gives Nanometrics great insight into how their software is running, identify problems and improve the scalability of their applications.
Nanometrics offers a suite of process control tools to help manufacturers as they shrink designs to sub 30nm nodes and develop robust solutions for vertical IC integration.
DevicePilot had used TSDB's before...based on Cassandra and even designed one themselves a few years ago. After a thorough evaluation process, InfluxDB came out on top - delivering a snappy analysis of device performance over time within DevicePilot. The features that won DevicePilot over included, a clean, fresh approach to the challenges of TSDB's (a willingness to iterate in response to real-world challenges), ingestion performance, retirement performance, plus InfluxDB being open-source with the ability to buy it "as-a-Service."
DevicePilot is a service that enables companies deploying IoT connected products to manage their devices, as they scale up from thousands all the way to millions of devices and beyond. From asset-management, to monitoring, to managing lifecycle processes such as in-field firmware upgrades, DevicePilot keeps you in the driving seat of your IoT estate.
High Availability, Easy scaling and Fast response times are the main features that BBOXX needs. They are able to store data from hundreds of thousands of units but query any individual one with low latency. Their analysis allows them to run large aggregate queries on the dataset as well as mathematical functions like threshold, integrals and sums.
BBOXX sells solar home systems in rural Africa to provide affordable sustainable energy to customers without access to a National Grid. BBOXX monitors the performance of the systems to diagnose problems and predict failures allowing us to provide pro-active customer service in remote areas. With 30,000+ customers BBOXX generates and analyses half a billion data points per week to provide unparalleled customer service in the solar industry.
eBay’s Experimentation environment enables users to answer important analytics and business questions. This testing allows business units to conceptually explore new ideas that can vary from subtle to radical variations. Such test variations can be easily targeted to segments of the total customer population providing a level of assurance before launching to a broader audience. InfluxDB along with Grafana is used to measure various data quality metrics within the Experimentation platform that are monitored daily.
eBay Inc. is an American multinational corporation and e-commerce company, providing consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales services via the internet.
At AXA, InfluxDB is used to store metrics gathered from users on websites, servers and applications. These metrics are then computed and displayed using Grafana. AXA also uses their own decisional scripts to trigger alerts based on the behavior of the users.
AXA is a multinational, investment banking firm that engages in global investment banking, securities, investment management, insurance, and other financial services.
Mozilla uses InfluxDB to store important metrics about the performance of applications and devices running Firefox OS. By regularly testing their device builds and keeping that data in InfluxDB, they are able to run automated jobs which query the database and inform them when performance regressions occur. They heavily utilize the ability to aggregate data using mathematical functions to determine if builds have decreasing performance.
Mozilla is an open source, non-profit that produces many products such as the Firefox web browser, Thunderbird e-mail client, Firefox Mobile web browser, Firefox OS mobile operating system, Bugzilla bug tracking system and other projects.
Citrix’s InfluxDB project keeps track of all their incoming bugs and actions by tracking datasources from JIRA and Github. It's their go-to starting point for developer standups. With the schema-less nature of the database. They can store whatever they want, however they want, with no schema upgrade required.
Citrix Systems is a software company that provides server, application and desktop virtualization, networking, software-as-a-service, and cloud computing technologies.
Didi is the Uber of China and India. At this scale they need to manage thousands of servers. One of the biggest challenges at DiDi was how to maintain service availability as demand grows. Open source solutions like zabbix and nagios were not good enough for them, so they developed their own monitoring system called Odin. They developed all the components in house except for the data storage layer. InfluxDB turned out to be a perfect fit for their time-series data storage needs. The Odin system now monitors thousands of servers, and uses 11 InfluxDB clusters (33 nodes) storing all the systems time series metrics. What did DiDi find most compelling about InfluxDB? A SQL-like query language, continuous queries, an elegant tag design, and best of all - zero dependencies!
Didi-Kuaidi is a combination of the two largest taxi hailing companies in China - Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache.
InfluxDB provides persistent time-series data storage for the monitoring of Cisco's renewals eCommerce application.
Cisco Systems designs, manufactures and sells networking equipment worldwide. It is the largest networking company in the world.
Aiven offers InfluxDB and Grafana as a service on multiple clouds in 47 different data centers around the world. Their focus is on ease of use while offering advanced features like online plan upgrades and no-downtime migration from one region to another. “InfluxDB offers great performance with compact database sizes, allowing using a long metrics history while maintaining high sample time resolution for the most recent data points.” said Mika Eloranta, co-founder of Aiven, “Downsampling older metric points with "continuous queries" is a breeze.” Aiven began using InfluxDB for their own monitoring purposes and and found it so great that they started offering it to their customers as well.
Aiven is a next-generation managed cloud service hosting for software infrastructure services. Their focus is on ease of adoption, high fault resilience, and peace of mind. Aiven is a true Database-as-a-service and includes advanced service options like the InfluxDB time series database and Grafana data visualization toolkit.
Telefonica I+D (Telefonica’s R&D center) has started developing a system to give more metrics-based insights to their private customers about their projects. Telefonica I+D has to manage many R&D projects in parallel. For security purposes, they needed to segregate the metrics data of each project into different databases with access granted to different users. The ability to add any type of metric data (ticketing, work orders, alarms, etc.) to InfluxDB combined with Grafana annotations proved vital in providing a consolidated view of all the relevant metrics data to their customers.
Telefónica, S.A. is a Spanish broadband and telecommunications provider with operations in Europe, Asia, and North, Central and South America.
Cheetah Mobile recently announced the Cheetah Ad Platform uses InfluxDB as a backend for storing all of the metrics data the platform generates. Architecturally, Cheetah uses Diamond & StatsD to push metrics to Riemann, who then route the data to InfluxDB with alerts managed by PagerDuty.
Cheetah Mobile is a leading mobile internet company with over 567 million global mobile monthly active users.
The mobile.de unit of eBay uses InfluxDB for trend checks. They take metrics from several systems (MongoDB, Varnish, RabbitMQ, Squid, plus many more) using Sensu and analyze data week over week, month over month and so on, trying to spot anomalies.
With more than 1.4 million vehicles – used vehicles, new vehicles, motorcycles, motor homes and utility vehicles – mobile.de is Germany's largest online vehicle marketplace.
BadShark has been using InfluxDB since the early beta releases. They use InfluxDB as a Google Analytics, New Relic and Graphite replacement to manage their distributed messaging systems spanning over hundreds of machines. They like InfluxDB because there are no dependencies, they can deploy it with Ansible in 30 seconds, it is easy to maintain, and has no performance impact to their applications - which is key since they use it via UDP. Marco Lisci, the Distributed Systems Engineer for BadShark also states that “InfluxDB is a foundation of any software built at BadShark. We build custom distributed messaging/email systems and any SaaS we tried simply couldn't handle the throughput. InfluxDB replaced any metrics/analytics/logging systems we are using, making it the first choice in software instrumentation.”
BadShark is a full-stack software design & development company in Barcelona, Spain. Their focus is on building simple, distributed and scalable application and services, including analytics and monitoring.
Nordstrom uses InfluxDB to support their company-wide operational metrics needs. What did Nordstrom find compelling about InfluxDB? It was fast, used less space and has rich retention policy support. By leveraging the entire TICK-stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf and Kapacitor), it gave Nordstrom a full life cycle of data management capabilities for their time-series data.
Nordstrom, Inc. is a leading fashion specialty retailer offering compelling clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children. Since 1901, they have been committed to providing their customers with the best possible service—and to improving it every day.
The Norwegian Welfare and Labour Administration (NAV) has been using InfluxDB in production since December 2014 for their private cloud solution, with great success. They continuously gather metrics and events from over 3000 servers, generating over 60M datapoints per day using Sensu for gathering data and Grafana for creating visualizations. These servers are host all of their development, test and production environments. They’ve also created their own mechanism for transforming data from the Graphite format into InfluxDB in batches.
NAV is responsible for a third of the state budget of Norway, administering programs such as unemployment benefits, pensions, child benefits and more. The agency has 19,000 employees (14,000 in the state service).
BillFront already had a running Riemann (riemann.io) instance that received monitoring data from all of their apps and services, and it proved to be incredibly useful, providing a real-time overview of their infrastructure. However, they also wanted to have an overview of how well all the elements are performing in comparison to historical data, to spot any possible deteriorations as quickly as possible. To do so, they needed to store the data Riemann was receiving. Enter InfluxDB - not only was it made especially for that exact purpose, but it also integrated with Riemann out-of-the-box. A couple lines of config code later and their data was already safely stored in a Dockerised InfluxDB instance, ready to be queried and graphed.
BillFront is a financial technology platform that provides liquidity solutions to the digital industry. Their proprietary technology dynamically assesses their clients’ credit worthiness based on a 100+ data variables. BillFront helps its clients such as Ad Networks, Publishers and App Developers accelerate their growth with a quick alternative solution to traditional financing.
Started using the Grafana dashboard for viewing perfect testing metrics. The data is spot on and extremely helpful.
Capital One is a diversified bank that offers a broad array of financial products and services to consumers, small business and commercial clients. As One of the nation's top 10 largest banks based on deposits, Capital One serves banking customers through branch locations primarily in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia.
Happiest Minds created a python script to get information like target, files, bytes and duration, using InfluxDB. They used the information they gathered, integrated with Chronograf and Grafana to check if the upload was successful and the data collected matched. Happiest Minds also installed the Kapacitor plugin and created several scenarios to check the success of the monitoring. They found the product to be one of the most successful and efficient monitoring systems.
Happiest Minds built a monitoring solution to track the activity between a VM to a cloud storage gateway. The types of metrics being gathered and acted upon are: amount of data uploaded, number of files transferred, how long it takes to upload to the target etc. In addition, the solution uses this information to find any mismatches to determine if there are issues that need to be addressed.
ReproConnect needed the ability to collect real-time data about anything & everything pertaining to their software - from server infrastructure system stats to application log data and customized end-user event-driven metrics. They wanted one centralized system for storage of all the aggregated data. This system had to be fast, reliable, and simple to setup. InfluxDB, Telegraf and its custom plugins were able to meet those needs. A central dashboard was designed using Grafana and where fully customizable notifications were a must, Kapacitor fit the bill.
ReproConnect provides project distribution & document management solutions to the Reprographics industry. The software as a service powers hundreds of online planrooms across the country. ReproConnect offers reprographers the ability to quickly, easily receive files from customers, post projects online, send out invitations to bid, and more. All of ReproConnect's infrastructure is hosted and managed with AWS, from dozens of EC2 instances powering the servers and RDS database clusters, to S3 storing terabytes of high resolution full size blueprints & project documents.
Provide custom monitoring using InfluxDB and Grafana.
OSS Korea Co., Ltd has been providing open source solutions, products related to a subsidiary of Total Service Package Co., Ltd Innovation ohnyu.
InfluxDB enables CrossEngage to keep metrics from all the services they use internally to keep their product running. InfluxDB has proven to be a powerful time-series database and at the same time very easy to use.
CrossEngage enables you to orchestrate your marketing activities across all channels and devices within a single platform. All of your data silos are merged into one easy-to-use marketing powerhouse. You will create smart segmentations, cross-channel one-to-one campaigns, complex reactivation cycles and so much more in no time.
LearnZillion was looking into collecting, storing, and visualizing host and application level metrics from their applications. They liked what the TICK-stack had to offer in meeting those needs: composable systems that are self-contained and easily extendible. Since they use Salt Stack to manage configurations on their instances, they first searched for existing formulas to deploy Telegraf to their instances. Unfortunately, there was no such formula available, so they decided to write one and publish it themselves. The telegraf-formula will install and setup Telegraf on Debian or Red Hat-based systems. The formula gives users an easy way to describe various inputs, outputs, and global_tags via yaml in Salt's pillar.
LearnZillion helps teachers and parents meet the academic needs of their students. They do that by providing an open, cloud-based curriculum. LearnZillion helps teachers, schools, and districts improve instruction, track student performance, and better respond to the specific needs of their students.
Football Addicts rewrote their push notification system from scratch in Elixir and use InfluxDB for the monitoring and gathering of metrics of this notifications system. Football Addicts chose InfluxDB because it offered everything they needed to build their monitoring stack. They make use of most of the TICK stack, using Telegraf for aggregating application and system-level metrics thanks to its fast UDP interface, InfluxDB to store these metrics, and Kapacitor for alerting and downsampling of these metrics.
Football Addicts main product is ForzaFootball, an iOS and Android app that provides live scores, lineups, push notifications, opinion polls and video highlights for more than 800 football leagues and cups around the world.
Siminars was looking for a less complex time-series database. They had a couple of options like Cassandra and OpenTSDB, but InfluxDB stood out for its simplicity. They found the query language quite handy and having not dealt with any column database before, InfluxQL was an easy query language to learn. They use AWS Cloudfront to serve all their static content. However, there was no easy way of querying or visualizing the metrics around the static delivery. Static content delivery provided Siminars with real insights, like how long does it take for a video to be downloaded on a client's web page which we could directly translate into what sort of encoding they needed in that region, for that customer, or for a particular tenant. And of course these heuristics keep changing over time. So, they decided to dump all the cloudfront logs into an InfluxDB server. It started off as an experiment but it went on to gulp hundreds of gigabytes of logs and has been running rather smoothly for over a year now.
Siminars is a content platform which serves all kinds of media like audio, photos, videos etc.
InfluxDB gave CognitoIQ a highly scalable and easily deployable time-series database that is used in conjunction with Grafana to collect and visualize their entire collection of metrics for analysis of deployments and trends.
CognitoIQ provides software that enables retail, logistics, courier and facilities management companies that have to manage a large number of field engineers, greater fieldforce management and efficiency.
Onefootball was looking for a replacement to their costly infrastructure monitoring solution. Their main requirement was to have a system that could combine infrastructure metrics with application based metrics from thier backend services. They set up Telegraf for collecting the metrics of their infrastructure into InfluxDB. As Telegraf additionally provides the statsD input, they also used it for application-level metrics. So, with a single data collector, they had all their requirements covered with the combination of Telegraf and InfluxDB. This choice allowed Onefootball to effectively monitor their constantly changing cloud infrastructure via graphs and dashboards, in real-time.
Onefootball is crazy about football. (Soccer for you Americans!) That’s why they created the best mobile football platform for fans around the world. Whether you’re looking for the latest scores and news or want to connect with your football mates, Onefootball makes it happen. You can stay up-to-date with hundreds of news articles published every day and watch any story, transfer or gossip about the clubs and competitions you follow.
Gluru evaluated various solutions for their infrastructure monitoring and alerting, as well as analytics and visualization of backend metrics and KPIs. They were looking for a modern all-in-one solution. After experimenting with various ones they unanimously decided to adopt the InfluxData stack both because it does exactly what they needed, but also because it is built using some of the same technologies that they have selected for their own platform. They use InfluxDB for measuring service performance, Telegraf for infrastructure monitoring and we are in the process of adopting Chronograf and Kapacitor.
Gluru is an intelligent, machine-learning platform that organizes your digital life, offering a smart personal assistant that supercharges your daily workflow. Gluru connects with your data wherever it lives, and learns how and when you need to use it – surfacing documents, files, and messages, and more at the moment you need them.
InfluxDB helps power Atomic Fiction’s Conductor platform. InfluxDB made it easy to get started, but was powerful enough to use in production almost immediately. Conductor is a visual effects rendering as-a-service, allowing infinite scaling on a limited budget for animators and filmmakers.
Atomic Fiction is visual effects studio based in Oakland, CA.
InfluxDB is used by Switchboard Software to monitor their production data and ETL pipelines.
Switchboard Software includes an operations dashboard and visual data pipelines that are designed to be scalable up to terabytes per day. The typical use cases for Switchboard are digital marketing, user activity analysis, and ad hoc data analysis on an industrial-scale.
Sputnik uses InfluxDB to build custom monitoring solutions and to store load testing data to feed their visualization dashboards.
Sputnik is a Russian-based, search engine.
Thanks to InfluxDB and Grafana, AlertBasket was able to gather essential app metrics and compile a dashboard showing all essential project metrics in a single day - that includes initial setup, configuration and backend integration.
AlertBasket is a mobile app that helps people to find best deals for products they buy most often. Launched in Poland, due for launch in more European countries soon.
InfluxDB allows Tazedirekt to find bottlenecks in their applications that they in turn use to drive smart technical decisions on how to improve their operations platform. The responsiveness of the development team, regular and steady development of InfluxDB, integration with Grafana and the fact that INfluxDB written in Go, were the key features that gave them the confidence to base their monitoring platform on InfluxDB.
Tazedirekt (owned by the Aslanoba Group) is a unique, vertically-integrated grocery retailer that controls the end-to-end supply chain, from the farm to the kitchen. By removing intermediaries, they ensure that their meat and dairy products are of the highest quality and best value for their customers.
ProcessOut needed a powerful database to build their user statistics system on while keeping it lightweight. Doing so with InfluxDB made it incredibly easy for them.
ProcessOut aims to provide an easy to use payment aggregation gateway to companies and individuals. Integrating payments can be long, painful, and expensive, especially when one needs to expand internationally. With ProcessOut, one integration takes less than 5 minutes for the most advanced use case and gives the ability for a company to reach broader audiences by providing local payment options where necessary.
Recommend went with InfluxDB because of the ease of use and deployment. Also compelling was InfluxDB's standing in the Golang ecosystem, the overall completeness of solution (InfluxDB, Telegraf and Chronograf) plus Grafana integration.
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CATS Software found InfluxDB to be easy to deploy, an awesome query language and a simple API. Telegraf also made it incredibly easy for them to monitor instance metrics with the nice web interface is as a huge bonus. They replaced Graphite with InfluxDB with almost no hassle and are happy with the results so far.
CATS is a an applicant tracking system used by thousands of companies all over the world. It manages the entire hiring process, from posting jobs and screening candidates to reporting on hiring campaigns. We host career portals to manage incoming applications and provide powerful searching, reporting, and workflow tools for internal hiring, recruiters and staffing agencies.
Smarsh uses InfluxDB as a swap in replacement for Graphite for storing system, networking, application metrics. Smarsh also leverages Telegraf as a local state check for system and services for its alerting infrastructure. What did Smarsh find compelling about InfluxDB? The ease of deploying, a simple HTTP API, and the ability to perform statistical analysis on measurements. Also helpful was Telegraf being a drop in replacement for diamond that can easily be wrapped around other tooling mechanisms.
Smarsh offers a unified platform built for compliance and e-discovery.
Row44 has built a custom monitoring solution that serves as a backup to their "big-bucks" commercial monitoring system. The "big-bucks" monitoring system has gone down a couple of times when they had critical system issues and their custom monitoring solution serves as backup for those times. The custom solution leverages Telegraf, InfluxDB and in the future Chronograf. For Row44, InfluxDB provided a quick, easy and painless way to access time-series data without the admin headaches of trying to shoehorn time-series data into a traditional relational database.
Row 44, Inc. provides satellite-based in-flight broadband for commercial aircraft – a wireless hotspot in the sky. The solution provides passengers with connectivity and in-flight entertainment, while providing operations data and other services to cockpit and crew.
Clustree was looking for a fast, scalable, distributed and open source TSDB. The quickly evolving features and maturity of InfluxDB in combination of vibrant ecosystem (especially Grafana and Telegraf) gave them the confidence to use InfluxDB in production.
Clustree is a SaaS company that leverages internal & external data for evidence-based HR decisions. Clustree is the first talent management and internal mobility tool, that offers matching suggestions between talents, jobs and careers, using collective intelligence and the strategic business objectives of the company.
Penn State needed a way to take metrics from Nagios, which they use to monitor nearly everything, and put it into a more useful system. Previously, they were using pnp4nagios, but it made it very difficult to find the data they were looking for, compare data from both of their nagios systems (active/passive pair), and combine the metrics with metrics from other systems. They looked at graphios originally, but found it didn't make efficient use of tags, and the data was laid out rather awkwardly. In the end, they wrote a custom Python script with better logging, simpler configuration, code that was easier to read, and used the influxdb-python module to talk to InfluxDB, obviating the need to handle any of that themselves. There is also a scripted dashboard for displaying all the metrics available for a given host. Eventually, the metrics collected with nagios+fluxios will be displayed alongside metrics from other systems, including Telegraf, which will likely replace their aging Ganglia installation.
Pennsylvania State University is a public, research-intensive university with campuses and facilities throughout Pennsylvania.
With InfluxDB, GoTime was able to quickly create a custom DevOps monitoring system that integrated with Grafana. The speed in which they were able to go from idea to production made InfluxDB a compelling choice.
GoTime delivers video-based teaching for Norwegian high school students.
Within ConSul’s OMD-Labs site, "Nagflux" ships performance data from the monitoring core to InfluxDB. The data in InfluxDB can also be used for reporting and statistical analysis. InfluxDB has helped deliver many of the new features that developers have been asking for on the OMD-Labs environment.
OMD-Labs implements a completely new concept of how to install, maintain and update a monitoring system built on Nagios, Icinga, Icinga2, Shinken or Naemon. It avoids the tedious work of manually compiling and integrating Nagios addons while at the same time avoiding the problems of pre-packaged installations coming with your Linux distribution, which are most times outdated and provide no regular updates.
Develon uses the TICK-stack to seamless deploy monitoring solutions for some of the most popular eCommerce sites in Italy including Dainese, Air Dolomiti, Marco Bicego, Ducati and Brembo.
Develon is a brand, marketing, web and eCommerce solutions consultancy.
Netvlies is using InfluxDB to monitor about 40 LAMP servers and dedicated VPS servers. Architecturally, they use Nagios and NRPE with these metrics stored in InfluxDB using graphios. They visualize their data with Grafana. For new servers coming online, they are considering using Telegraf, and if it all works out, they'll do a backwards migration for their existing servers. Kapacitor's capabilities are also required for completing their monitoring stack. They'd like to phase out Nagios and go with a single, integrated stack.
Netviles is an web consulting agency in the Netherlands.
RedBlink uses InfluxDB to log all of BlueJay Music's data including party created, songs played and songs liked. They then use this data to check if playlists are being created according to their contract obligations. They also produce compliance reports in regards to these contract obligations. RedBlink needed something scalable and something that could roll-up queries. InfluxDB proved to be the perfect for these requirements.
The BlueJay Music app was developed by RedBlink and allows anyone to stream music from their Android, iOS or Windows device to friends. This is app is perfect for music lovers who want to listen to the same music together, but are geographically separated.
Zalando is is a European eCommerce company seated in Berlin. The company maintains a cross-platform online store that sells shoes, clothing and other fashion items.
Hoiio uses InfluxDB as a database for their monitoring system. Hoiio has collectd agents running on each host and publishes metrics every 10s to InfluxDB regarding CPU, memory, load, etc of each instance. The metrics are then visualized in Grafana. Hoiio is monitoring 80+ instances and are very happy with the performance! Hoiio had to do minimal configuration to get into production. The most painful part for them was the configuration of the collectd metrics!
Hoiio is a cloud company providing modular software services to businesses on a subscription and usage based model.
Madberry's systems run geographically distributed and in heterogeneous clustered software that handles tens of thousands of requests per second, processing a terabyte of data each day. Providing this service to their customers means 24x7 uptime is a must. Madberry needed a monitoring solution that allowed them to reliably monitor all of the software in their stack, health of their clusters and KPIs of active advertising campaigns. Madberry makes use of Telegraf, InfluxDB and Kapacitor to perform monitoring and alerting tasks. With these components, Madberry can ensure that their systems are in good health and at the same time receive early warnings about any abnormalities or service degradations that may occur.
Madberry helps mobile game advertisers in acquisition and retention of loyal and paying users for their mobile games on a performance basis.
SpareFoot recently moved their monolith to a microservices architecture in Docker and found themselves in monitoring hell as a result. They now use Telegraf with a variety of plugins to collect data from all their apps, servers, Docker containers and send it to InfluxDB. They have yet have to try Kapacitor to alert on anomalies...but so far, they've achieved superb visibility into their stack. Compelling features? High write throughput, easy scaling abilities and the great open source plugin ecosystem of Telegraf.
SpareFoot makes it easy to find, compare, and book a self-storage unit. Get exclusive deals and see customer reviews for thousands of storage facilities.
When WVNET overhauled their monitoring environment, they chose InfluxDB, Telegraf and Kapacitor to manage their time series performance data.
WVNET is the West Virginia Network, which provides telecommunications and computing services with a range of responsibilities including a management, control, and support role for the state's emerging unified network. WVNET supports the state government, K-12, public libraries and county government.
Certa Scale uses Telegraf, InfluxDB and Chronograf as a monitoring tool for host nodes, as well as its containers. Since Certa Scale runs in a container, distributed over couple of nodes, the most compelling part of the TIC-stack was the ability to get it work with predefined databases and security mechanisms.
Certa Scale is a hyper-converged appliance based on Kubernetes. It's an "all-in-one" scalable device. It offers complete cloud management & creative control for multiple websites, data centers, and assets across private and public infrastructure.
Optinet uses InfluxDB to aggregate usage data off their internal sites. The ability to stream large amounts of data to disk and down sample it using a simple syntax proved to be a huge win for them.
Optinet specializes in fiber optic services in the emerging South African and African market.
NTT Communications ICT Australia is a managed service and colocation provider based in Sydney, Australia. They use influxDB to collect metric data throughout their multi-tenant data centers to maintain visibility across diverse hardware and software deployments. In particular they have used InfluxDB to collect metrics regarding config management deployments, ElasticSearch clusters, basic Linux based OS metrics and source control activities. They also use the metrics for capacity planning and monitoring application queue depths.
NTT Communications is a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, the largest telecommunications company in Japan and one of the largest worldwide.
Something Digital built a module that integrates Magento, a leading e-commerce platform with InfluxDB. Out of the box, the module pushes a few key measurements about a Magento application's operation such as cron execution, page cache hit rate and product inventory levels. It can easily be extended to store any data that is specifically relevant to the particular Magento store it is implemented on. Something Digital also runs Kapacitor alongside InfluxDB for alerting and Grafana for visualization.
Something Digital is an interactive agency specializing in e-commerce, website design, custom software development, digital marketing, and user experience. By taking the time to assess your unique needs, we are able to offer strategic, creative solutions that help your business succeed.
Paychex uses the entire TICK-stack to monitor their Red Hat OpenShift (PaaS) and Kubernetes (container orchestration) infrastructure and services.
Paychex is a provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions for small to medium-sized businesses.
Cassandra Diagnostics by SmartCat is a monitoring and auditing extension for Apache Cassandra implemented as a Java agent. On one side it has connectors for different versions of Cassandra and on the other it has reporters to send measurements to different tools. One of reporters most commonly used is the InfluxDB reporter, which is a natural choice when it comes to storing time-series metrics. InfluxDB's tagging feature gave SmartCat an easy way of differentiating measurements and creating queries. Also key, was InfluxDB's integration with Riemann and good support in the Java community with a well documented driver.
SmartCat is consultancy company delivering outstanding Big Data, visualization and analytics technical solutions empowering decision makers around the globe.
Scalingo needed metrics (CPU, RAM, network consumption) and their customers needed metrics for accurate decision handling. This was the motivation for Scalingo designing their own metrics infrastructure. This meant collecting, storing and querying relevant data. Learn more about their metrics system in their blog post.
Scalingo is a Platform as a Service with Docker at its heart. They aim to simplify the everyday job of web developers regarding hosting, building, deploying and scaling their web applications.
DreamHost uses InfluxDB to monitor their network. What do they find compelling about InfluxDB? Its scalability and development momentum.
DreamHost is a web hosting provider and domain name registrar offering vps hosting, dedicated hosting, WordPress hosting, cloud storage and cloud computing.
SPR Consulting uses InfluxDB, Telegraf and Chronograf for its highly-scaled metrics ingestion and monitoring system. This system is used to monitor all of the production applications and systems for their clients. What did they find compelling about InfluxDB? Measurement tagging, InfluxQL for building custom queries for visualization in Chronograf.
SPR Consulting helps their clients develop technology strategy, build solutions, integrate them with existing systems, plus test and manage the deliverables.
InfluxDB allows browserup to aggregate data to show trends that just wouldn’t be possible with an in-house solution. With InfluxDB, they can show their customers a large amount of detail during their load tests to identify any performance issues.
browserup is building a set of world-class automation tools using selenium. Their first tool is a performance/load testing. You can sign up for early access to their beta on their website.
As a small charity The Druid Network needs to be frugal in what sort of hardware they run, but at the same time, they get a large amount of traffic on they web server. InfluxDB, as a backend for Grafana is the perfect tool to allow them to monitor their server metrics in real time and adjust settings appropriately.
The Druid Network is a small charity in England and Wales that exists to facilitate Druidry as a religion. They maintain both a public website and a private website which powers a small social network application.
Tex-X use InfluxDB for managing logs.
Ten-X has completely revolutionized real estate, empowering people to safely and easily buy and sell residential and commercial property whenever they want to and from wherever they happen to be. It’s the only real estate platform that allows buyers, sellers, and real estate professionals to search, list and transact properties completely online.
InfluxDB scalability allows them to store billion of points, and thus closely monitor AdwCleaner usage and efficency. They are fond of continuous queries to progressively downsample data. With the provided math functions, they are the perfect tools for us to generate pertinent graphs.
ToolsLib is a hosting platform, mainly computer security oriented. Their purpose is to provide to everyone, an easy and quick way to access daily-needed tools. They also think that developers need a way to host and publish their work quickly and efficiently while keeping complete control and preserving their's author's rights. Thus, this platform is thought and built with this idea : make developers and users closer, and offer both of them an open and high quality service.
Klipfolio uses Influxdb to collect metrics data about usage, in order to optimize their application the way their customers use it. They also implemented an in house monitoring and trend analysis tooling.
Klipfolio is a business dashboard that allows clients to display important metrics about their business in an easy to understand and powerful application. It has very powerful data transformation capabilities to allow data to be displayed in many ways.
InfluxDB is at the heart of GfK's a new research platform that processes metrics in real time. More specifically, InfluxDB and telegraf are used to feed real time metrics from kafka for visualization into Grafana.
GfK is the fourth largest market research company in the world with more than 13,000 market research experts in over 100 countries. GfK turns big data into smart data, enabling its clients to improve their competitive edge and enrich consumers’ experiences and choices.
InfluxDB is used for real-time analytics of Tavisca’s Vexiere service and the servers it runs on. Vexiere is part of Tavisca’s booking platform that acts as a centralized application for user profile and authentication management.
Tavisca delivers a variety of technology solutions for the travel industry. Their PCI PA-DSS compliant online travel booking engine comes pre-integrated with over 40 travel inventory suppliers. Tavisca's platform handles over a million travel searches per day with 10,000 bookings per day across 55 suppliers, 900 airlines and 800,00 hotels globally.
DNSFilter needed a solution that could grow and scale as their business grew. Because they have a global anycast network that needs to support the collection of billions of queries per day, InfluxDB provided them with the collection and querying capabilities to power their dashboard analytics and metered-based billing. InfluxDB helps to power the very features that differentiates DNSFilter's service from the competition.
DNSFilter is a cloud-delivered DNS based content filtering and threat protection service that protects an unlimited amount of networks without the need for any in-house hardware or appliances. Our affordable pricing model is based upon usage, allowing our service to scale to your network requirements in real time.
InfluxDB is insanely fast, friendly and capable. And like most of our backend services, it's written in Go. Any developer can jump in and start querying and creating data with a minimal amount of background knowledge. It's easy to instrument and starts tracking new data points with just a few minutes of work, and we've grown confident that InfluxDB can take whatever we throw at it. In short, it scales across servers, developers, and business requirements. Integration into visualization tools like Grafana is a big plus too.
Beam is a next-generation live streaming platform for gamers that lets viewers participate in the gameplay itself. Instead of sitting idle, viewers get to engage with the content directly, creating quests, choosing weapons, or even acting as characters within the game world.
Currently we're moving our Cacti and Munin instances towards a Telegraf, InfluxDB and Grafana solution. We're downsampling our data using continuous queries and will eventually be gathering stats from approximately 500 hosts.
Proserve focuses on business continuity and business transition, through the development, implementation and management of integrated business solutions: hardware, software and services. Proserve offers infrastructure services, cloud services, managed platforms and applications and managed security.
Mas Ingenieros is currently is using InfluxDB to collect data from different systems and machines for a floor tile manufacturer they’re currently working with. The most compelling feature of InfluxDB for their current project was the large amounts of data that can be used at one time. They’re used to older database programs and it’s clear to them that InfluxDB is at a higher level. They also use Grafana to show graphics with great results.
Mas Ingenieros is an industrial consulting company that offers a range of different services based on the need of the client.
Commonwealth Financial Network was interested in monitoring firewall metrics in real-time, specifically CPU as it identifies many issues not necessarily related to volume traffic - for example half-duplex mismatch. To monitor their firewall they wrote a Node.js app to run inside a Docker container using Sensu to collect and InfluxDB to store the metrics.
Commonwealth Financial Network is a privately held independent broker/dealer-RIA based in Massachusetts and San Diego.
Influxdb has allowed XSellco to store and report on client metrics with minute level granularity, but also allows them to roll up the data to view as hour or day period intervals, something their existing relational database just could not do efficiently.
XSellco helps online merchants sell smarter, respond faster and improve their reputation. They have three products in their suite. Price Manager combines algorithms and your rules to reprice your Amazon inventory in real time, ensuring maximum profitability for minimum effort.
Atatus is using InfluxDB for performance monitoring and alerting on their platform. With InfluxDB they can build features super fast and have the confidence to store billions of datapoints. Since making the switch, their backend went from 2000 lines to 100 lines code.
Atatus is a cloud-based error and real user monitoring (RUM) platform that was founded with the mission of enabling companies of all sizes to provide tool to monitor and improve their products.
ChatID is an application that e-commerce websites can embed on their site to give customers the opportunity to chat with product experts on product pages. So, if you're shopping for a Samsung TV on Walmart, you can chat directly with people at Samsung. They're building a network of retailers and brands so that customers can chat with any brand. The brands offering chat can continue to use their existing chat system because ChatID integrates with most chat providers, i.e. Olark, LivePerson, Salesforce, etc.
For LambdaNow, InfluxDB plays a major role in their real-time analytics infrastructure. It provides them with all the time-series data processing tools we need to get the job done. The setup for them was as easy and they love the fact that there are SDKs for all the languages they use including Java and Python.
LambdaNow is the solution for data collection, data processing and data management. They offer complete tailor-made real-time capable Big Data processing chains with just a few clicks in private or public cloud environments.
iOffer uses InfluxDB, Telegraf and Chronograf to record user engagement and operational metrics across the site. This gives them the ability to instrument and graph out the real-time use of their system with ease.
iOffer is a San Francisco-based online trading community that was launched in 2002 with nearly one million total users, including approximately 75,000 sellers.
The features of InfluxDB that Pygmalios Analytics finds the most compelling is the fact that it’s designed for time-series data from the ground up and the ability to downsample data on-the-fly with continuous queries.
Pygmalios helps companies monitor how customers and staff interact in real-time. Their multiple retail analytics platforms track sales, display conversions, customers and staff behaviour to deliver better service, targeted sales, faster check-outs and the optimal amount of staffing for a given time and location.
Spreedly uses InfluxDB to track service usage and provide customers with views into their account billing and quota levels. InfluxDB’s continuous queries allows Spreedly to store metrics in a single, high-level series, but still gain the efficiency of querying against more granular series. It's the best of both worlds!
Spreedly is a service that minimizes the complexity, cost, and risk of PCI compliance and payment integrations. It does so by providing a universal credit card vault and integrations into hundreds of gateways and third party payment processors.
Facile.it collects a huge amount of data from their customers that trigger a number of actions that are an order of magnitude bigger than the data itself. They quickly discovered that a purpose-built time-series database like InfluxDB was the appropriate solution for their use case. The most important features for Facile.it are the ability to aggregate data and perform continuous queries. The fact that InfluxDB is well integrated with Grafana was another important reason for them selecting InfluxDB.
Facile.it is an online insurance comparison platform. They help people find the best price on insurance, allowing them to save up to 500 Euros/year.
At the heart of Web Enrichment Guard (WEGA) is the DNS server which reports blocked and all requested pages to InfluxDB. Before InfluxDB, Haschek Solutions tried to implement a backend with MySQL and other databases, but they proved to be much too slow and just not fit for the job of managing time-series data. Using InfluxDB allowed them to implement the DNS reporting system over UDP for maximum speed. InfluxDB can handle everything they throw at it - no matter how many requests per seconds they push out. Implementing the dashboard was very easy since InfluxDB has a powerful and amazingly fast querying system.
WEGA is a web filtering solution featuring live analytics for system administrators. It's based on multiple DNS servers which can detect malware, phishing sites and other unwanted content. The targeted audience are schools and universities who need web filtering solutions that don't require users to setup something on their devices.
All Discounts Here uses InfluxDB to store metrics and analytic data plus Telegraf to collect all the data from the different apps, systems and services.
The All Discounts Here mobile application helps find the best offers in town for goods and services. It also manages loyalty cards on your smartphone.
What did Endticket find compelling about InfluxDB? Continuous queries that work plus tagging and querying tags.. Endticket uses InfluxDB to provide sales, venue entry, visitors/impressions and other kinds of statistics to their clients. Sure, they could have built it on top of HBase, or even MySQL, but that would have been a much harder uphill battle, whereas for Endticket, InfluxDB was born for this.
Endticket is building a whitelabel ticket sales platform for events, venues, bands and festivals!
InfluxDB allowed FireFlies.ai to quickly prototype and reliably store their production data in a time-series database. They deal with a high volume of messages so it was critical to make sure everything was being saved. Querying the data was also easy and fast for them once we started chunking. InfluxDB has proved to be a great product that has been invaluable to FireFlies.ai success.
FireFlies.ai believes relationships are an important part of your life and lead to happiness and success. They provide a cloud based AI which helps keep track of your contacts in email, giving you the information you need at the right time. You can talk to the bot through email (Gmail or Outlook), Facebook Messenger, and Slack. It will provide dynamic reminders, contextual insights, analytics, and time tracker as features.
Project Sherlock is an data visualization project inside of Hellogenie used to look for insights in their order processing system. The most compelling feature of InfluxDB for them was the ability to handle the high write throughput of real time data and make it available for instant visualization.
Hellogenie is a "convenience service aggregator" which looks to make everyone’s life easier by doing things that matter. From organizing a surprise birthday party, to finding you the perfect gift. Hellogenie is a logistics platform for both consumers and businesses.
A little InfluxDB database plugged into Grafana with just a handful of dashboards that allows Karl's Bakery to view sales sorted by time and provides a quick view of what has been sold during the day and any change in sales trends over time.
Karl's Bakery was founded by Karl McWhirter in February 2005. Karl started delivering the now famous bakery products to doorsteps in Granborough from March 2005. The deliveries soon expanded to cover North Marston, Mursley and other surrounding villages. By April 2006 the distinctive white Karl's Bakery van was also a regular sight in Bicester, Swanbourne and Whitchurch.
In a matter of days they were able to set up amazing near-real-time instrumentation on one of the largest DNS installations in the world.
TurnCommerce is the parent company of a wide variety of Web properties. They primarily focus on the domain space. With deep technical expertise, powerful infrastructure, and strong support we provide complete solutions for domainers. Their primary web properties include NameBright, HugeDomains, DropCatch.com, Expire.com among various other sites.
At Mirantis, InfluxDB is used store and query the OpenStack infrastructure metrics time-series they collect at the OpenStack infrastructure level. They use InfluxDB is part of a larger project the call the Logging, Monitoring, Alerting (LMA) toolchain that they provide as Fuel plugins for Mirantis OpenStack monitoring. What did Mirantis find compelling about InfluxDB? Scalability, SQL-like syntax, and support for tagging.
Mirantis delivers all the technology, integration, training and support required for companies to succeed with production-grade open source clouds.
Gigaspaces XAP in-memory computing platform is based on a distributed cache model - so InfluxDB fit perfectly into their architecture. XAP leverages InfluxDB for sending metrics to users from their clusters and diverse channels so they can better understand how their infrastructure is performing. Gigaspaces also uses InfluxDB in their Cloudify project. They needed a dedicated metrics DB that will be easily integrated into Cloudify and allow for the storing and retrieving of metrics easily. Another factor that influenced their decision was the high amount of development activity around InfluxDB vs other time-series databases.
XAP is an in-memory computing platform that enables near real-time access and linear scaling for any use case from big data to omni-channel through data replication across sites - enabling millions of transactions per second, with 100% consistency and high availability for data intensive apps. Cloudify is a Cloud Application Orchestrator. It automates any process you need to perform with regard to your applications over any cloud.
5GTN is facility for R&D and testing in a realistic 5G network environment located at the premises of VTT and the University of Oulu. Fully functioning, it will form a dynamic and heterogeneous platform for developing and testing new applications, services, algorithms, technologies and systems. As part of this to support analytics, testing, and development, they collect metrics from various parts of the infrastructure, including the telco core backend, routers, IoT gateways, network application endpoints (QoS at IP level), host metrics (e.g., Telegraf), application level customized metrics and test execution metrics. As one of the analytics tools/backends they use, InfluxDB is used as a datastore on top of which they create dashboards and visualizations to explore data.
5G Test Network consists of two network sites: at VTT’s restricted network, companies can test the functionality of their technologies, tools, and applications in a controlled environment. In the public network at University of Oulu, solutions such as those for the large-scale deployment of user devices can be verified. As the network will be a full scale operator network, the target is to validate new local small cells based operator (so-called micro operator) business models in reality.
Bleemeo needed a backend for their Cloud Monitoring-as-a-Service platform. InfluxDB was the compelling choice because it was easy to install/deploy for dev and production, had cluster capabilities without too much burden, aggregation capabilities and a Python client.
Bleemeo is a Cloud Monitoring-as-a-Service platform. You can quickly connect your infrastructure to the Bleemeo Monitoring Cloud and get a web dashboard of your infrastructure health: discover what is under or over sized and be notified when something goes wrong.
DataCentred were avid users of Graphite in conjunction with Grafana, however the pain of scaling the former hit them early on which led them to evaluating alternatives. InfluxDB won out based on its features, performance, ease of deployment, and technical roadmap.
DataCentred offers public and private cloud services based on OpenStack and Ceph, as well as datacenter colocation. They are the biggest UK-owned and operated OpenStack public cloud provider. Furthermore, they are heavily focused on open-source, being members of the Linux Foundation, as well as being a sponsor of the OpenStack project.
The University of Waterloo is currently using InfluxDB 0.10 to store metric data from their sprawling VMWare infrastructure. Why? Easy to get data into InfluxDB and simple to administer.
The University of Waterloo is a public research university with a main campus located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
InfluxDB is used in conjunction with cAdvisor to gather metrics on the containers leveraged in both the hosted and on premise microservices architectures.
With Giant Swarm you can easily build, deploy, and manage your containerized services. There are no restrictions regarding programming languages, frameworks, or databases. They offer an opinionated solution for microservice architectures, but keep it flexible enough to change the microservice tooling to your own liking and needs.
Bukalapak.com uses InfluxDB as a backend for their system monitoring all of their distributed servers, virtual machines and containers. They tried to integrate many stacks into their platform and they all proved too challenging to do so. With InfluxDB everything was easy to integrate, worked as expected and they were able to quickly go into production.
Bukalapak is one of Indonesia's leading online marketplaces. As with any website online buying and selling services customer to customer, Bukalapak provides a means of buying and selling of consumer to consumer. Anyone can open an online store in Bukalapak and serve buyers from all over Indonesia.
Mothership1 is using InfluxDB for monitoring their apps/services across multiple data centers, infrastructure and users' activity (for pricing). What did Mothership1 find compelling about InfluxDB? SQL-like query language, merge series, continuous & wildcard queries, plus a no-dependencies binary.
Mothership1 is a joint venture between CentriLogic and Incubaid focused on offering a more affordable, comprehensive cloud deployment choice for software developers, VARs and small and midsize businesses, compared to Amazon Web Services, Digital Ocean, Microsoft and Google. In a nutshell, Mothership1 is a public/private cloud (IaaS and PaaS) provider which provides its clients with Cloud spaces, very advanced networking features, Windows VMs among other cool features.
Because the Codepicnic service is heavily based on Docker containers they needed a solution that allowed them to monitor the performance of their infrastructure and applications through customized metrics. By using InfluxDB they were able to aggregate these metrics and measure the impact of customer growth as part of their overall performance and act accordingly.
Codepicnic provides customized code environments ready to be used in seconds, directly in a browser. You get support for complete apps, libraries, databases or frameworks, without having to install anything.