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Become an InfluxDB Inventor

As InfluxDB continues to grow and improve, more and more developers are using it as the platform of choice for their own solutions. Most of these solutions range from filling niche internal needs to solving common problems faced by entire …

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TL;DR Tech Tips – Flux Timestamps

In this post, we share some quick examples of how you can work with timestamps in Flux. Q: What timestamp formats are available in Flux? A: There are two timestamp formats available: Unix timestamp A Unix timestamp counts time since …

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Contributing Third Party Flux Packages: A Discord Endpoint Flux Function

Are you currently using Flux with InfluxDB? Have you written a great Flux function that would be useful to the community? If the answers to these questions are “Yes!”, then I encourage you to contribute your awesome work to Flux, …

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Gaining Visibility and Control Over Solar Energy Storage Devices Using InfluxDB Cloud

Energy storage and sustainability are big issues in Hawaii, where oil tankers are shipped in everyday, just to keep the lights on. Resiliency in the energy grid, due to threat of natural disaster, is critical. Energy storage is needed to …

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Extending InfluxDB with Serverless Functions

Data ingestion and data analysis are the yin and yang of a time series platform. There are many resources to help you ingest data. Typical ingestions are agent-based, imports via CSVs, using client libraries, or via third-party technologies. Once your …

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InfluxDB Cloud Now Beta on Azure

InfluxDB Cloud is now beta on Microsoft Azure and we’d like you to try it out so we can work to make sure it’s ready for general availability (GA). If you’re already familiar with InfluxDB, head over to cloud2.influxdata.com to …

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Flux and Static Analysis

​Have you seen this when using the Flux code editor? Pretty neat to be able to get that much help from an editor while writing code. ​Have you ever wondered how that worked? Today, I’ll take us on a bit …

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Getting Excited for Flux Training: IoT-Sensor-Enabled Pizza Making

Our upcoming Flux Training (June 8-9) will be using an IoT-sensor-enabled pizza oven and corresponding time-stamped data as an example. You will be learning Flux while discussing how the temperature and the humidity levels of a pizza oven can impact …

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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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Giraffe Visualization Library and InfluxDB

Giraffe is the open source React-based visualization library that’s used to implement InfluxDB’s v2 UI. It employs clever algorithms to handle the challenge of visualizing the incredibly high volume of data that InfluxDB can ingest and query. We’ve just published …

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