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How to Use InfluxDB with Its Python Client on Kubernetes

This article, first published in The New Stack, was written by Saiyam Pathak, InfluxAce and Director of Technical Evangelism at Civo Cloud.  In this tutorial, we will discuss InfluxDB and its Python client. We will deploy InfluxDB inside a Kubernetes cluster and …

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Community Highlight: How to Build an InfluxDB Template

This article was written by InfluxAce Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck.  Ignacio is a Technical Marketing Engineer based in Uruguay. He started a blog about ten years ago, and writes about IT Infrastructure, Cloud, Docker, Linux and Observability. For the last few months, …

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Scaling Kubernetes Deployments with InfluxDB & Flux

This article was written by InfluxDB Community member and InfluxAce David McKay.  Eighteen hours ago, I was meeting with some colleagues to discuss our Kubernetes initiatives and grand plan for improving the integrations and support for InfluxDB running on Kubernetes. …

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Storing, Processing and Visualizing Data with the ogamma Visual Logger for OPC and InfluxDB

This post was written by Ravil Nugmanov, Software Architect at One-Way Automation, a startup located in Edmonton, Canada. This article describes an end-to-end solution built with open source components InfluxDB and Grafana and the ogamma Visual Logger for OPC, to collect …

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Monitoring Your Data with the Mosaic Graph Type

This article was written by InfluxData interns Rashi Bose and Rose Parker. InfluxDB provides several graph type visualizations to allow users to easily monitor their data. However, most of those graph types are only helpful if your data can be …

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Community Highlight: How Supralog Built an Online Incremental Machine Learning Pipeline with InfluxDB OSS for Capacity Planning

This article was written by Gregory Scafarto, Data Scientist intern at Supralog, in collaboration with InfluxData’s DevRel Anais Dotis-Georgiou. At InfluxData, we pride ourselves on our awesome InfluxDB Community. We’re grateful for all of your contributions and feedback. Whether it’s …

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Tracking COVID-19 Data in South America Using Telegraf and InfluxDB

This article was written by InfluxDB Community member Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck. Ignacio is a DevOps Engineer based in Uruguay. He started a blog about ten years ago, and writes about IT Infrastructure, Cloud, Docker, Linux and Observability.  I wanted to …

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Monitoring a Pulse Oximeter with InfluxDB — A Parent’s Perspective

This article was contributed by Michael Hinkle, Probe Engineering and Manufacturing Supervisor at Texas Instruments. My name is Mike Hinkle, and I use InfluxDB to monitor my daughter’s pulse oximeter and to better understand her overall health. Through my career …

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May the 4th Be With You!

This post was written by InfluxAce Nikki Attea A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away the phrase “May the Force be with you” originated to wish those good luck before parting ways, oftentimes before a journey or …

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Monitoring Windows Services with Grafana, InfluxDB ‎and Telegraf

This post was written by InfluxAce Antoine Solnichkin. If you are a Windows Server administrator or a power user on Windows instances, you may have experienced the great sense of frustration that comes with services shutting down for no reason. …

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