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Samantha Wang

How to Parse Your XML Data with Telegraf

In March, we released Telegraf 1.18, which included a wide range of new input and output plugins. One exciting new addition was an XML Parser Plugin that added support for another input data format to parse into InfluxDB metrics. What …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips: Configuring a Slack Notification with InfluxDB

With InfluxDB you can create notifications to make the most out of your alerts. Notifications enable you to send check statuses to the endpoint of your choice. In this TL;DR we set up a Slack Notification Rule and Endpoint through …

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Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck

How to Control Crowds with Python, OpenCV and InfluxDB

As I mentioned a while ago, I am learning to develop in Python; it seems that it is a super easy language to interpret, and so far, I have not found a “no” when trying to do things with it. …

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Gene Hynson

Out-of-this-world monitoring with InfluxDB and React

Reprinted with permission. © IDG Communications, Inc., 2021. https://www.infoworld.com/article/3609389/out-of-this-world-monitoring-with-influxdb-and-react.html During an InfluxData internal hackathon, I was looking to work on a project that would help me strengthen my Telegraf and Flux skills. I also wanted to use InfluxData’s Giraffe to visualize my project in a React application. After …

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Al Sargent

How InfluxDB Works with IoT Data

Over the past few years, the IoT community has embraced InfluxDB as a cornerstone of the solutions they build. Whether modernizing or greenfield, InfluxDB has helped many in working with vast quantities of sensor and device data as we continue …

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Caitlin Croft

Announcement: InfluxDays EMEA 2021 Speaker Lineup

It’s now time to announce our exciting speaker lineup for InfluxDays EMEA 2021 Virtual Experience! 🎉 We can’t wait to see the entire #InfluxDB community on May 18-19, 2021. RSVP today for this free event! InfluxDays is an event focused …

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Emily Kurze

Resource Roundup: Getting Started with InfluxDB Cloud on Google Cloud

Are you looking to get started with InfluxDB on Google Cloud? We’ve pulled together our top resources to help you get the most out of your time series data whether that’s coming from your Google Cloud infrastructure or your own …

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Samantha Wang

New in Telegraf 1.18.0: Beat, Directory, NFS, XML, Sensu, SignalFX and More!

Last week we released Telegraf 1.18 with a range of new plugins including Elastic Beats, directory monitoring, NFS, XML parsing and some aggregators and processors to help with your data ingestion. All of these packages were written in Go 1.16.2. …

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Jill Pelavin

Introduction to Giraffe

Giraffe is InfluxData’s graphing library, built to use and graph the data coming from InfluxData’s time series database, InfluxDB. Yes, there are other graphing libraries available; but ours is the only one purpose-built to graph line protocol without having to …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Getting Started with Time Series Data Science

Are you interested in performing time series forecasting or anomaly detection, but you don’t know where to start? If so, you’re not alone. There is an overwhelming variety of libraries, algorithms, and workflow recommendations for these tasks. As a Developer …

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