Noah Crowley

Noah is a Developer Evangelist at InfluxData, focused on DevOps with a dash of IoT. He has worked as a systems administrator, audio engineer, production coordinator for an animation studio, and as a software developer building DevOps tools. Noah holds a master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU, where he focused on augmented reality, physical computing, and interaction design.

Noah Crowley

Noah is a Developer Evangelist at InfluxData, focused on DevOps with a dash of IoT. He has worked as a systems administrator, audio engineer, production coordinator for an animation studio, and as a software developer building DevOps tools. Noah holds a master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU, where he focused on augmented reality, physical computing, and interaction design.

Running the TICK Stack on Windows

Every now and then we get requests from a developer using Windows, or a Windows-using participant at one of our workshops or events. Windows support is considered “experimental” for all components except Telegraf, but the full TICK Stack will still …

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Project Night: Lonely Hearts Club

People are used to interacting with time series data without knowing about it, whether it’s a weather forecast, changes in stock prices, or the locations of your package as it makes its way from a warehouse to your door. If …

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Getting Started with Python and InfluxDB

An updated version of this blog post is available for those using InfluxDB 2.0.   If you’re looking to monitor your infrastructure or third-party applications, then Telegraf’s built-in plugins are a great option, whether you’re looking at system resources like disk …

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Collecting Running Process Counts with Telegraf

Adding monitoring to your stack is one of the quickest ways to get visibility into your application, letting you catch issues more quickly and begin to make data-driven decisions about where to invest your engineering efforts. One of the most …

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Telegraf: The Go Collection Agent

Collection agents are a key part of any monitoring infrastructure: they can run on your hosts, collecting data about your systems and applications, or they can operate remotely, gathering data over the network via endpoints exposed by your applications. In …

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Sensu and InfluxDB: Storing Data from Metrics Collection Checks

Sensu is a popular monitoring solution for both applications and infrastructure, designed to address the needs of a modern cloud computing environment. The Sensu framework is composed of client and server applications that communicate via a message bus — RabbitMQ …

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Windows Support and Telegraf socket_listener Tutorial Added to TICK Sandbox

We’ve updated the TICK Sandbox with some new functionality and an additional tutorial! The TICK Sandbox is the fastest way to get started with the entire TICK Stack by bringing up each component in Docker, simulating a production InfluxData installation …

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