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InfluxDB Cloud is on AWS US East

We’d like to let you know that InfluxDB Cloud is now on AWS US East, also called us-east-1, based in northern Virginia. This is our third AWS region, after initially launching InfluxDB Cloud in AWS Oregon and later AWS Frankfurt. …

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Chris Churilo

Achieve Better Observability into AWS Services with the AWS CloudWatch Monitoring Template

Amazon CloudWatch — Amazon’s built-in infrastructure monitoring tool — monitors your Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources and the applications you run on AWS in real time. Here’s  what you can do with this tool and how to access AWS CloudWatch …

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3 ways InfluxDB OSS Complements InfluxDB Cloud

As you may know, InfluxDB is available in multiple forms, including InfluxDB Open Source and InfluxDB Cloud. Customers will sometimes ask us, “If I’m using InfluxDB Cloud, is there any reason I should also consider using InfluxDB open source?” It’s …

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InfluxDB Cloud Now on Azure East US

We’re pleased to announce that InfluxDB Cloud is now on Azure East US, based in Virginia. With this expansion, our time series data platform is now on Microsoft Azure on two continents — Europe and North America — and runs …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips – How to Use the CLI Locally to Access the Flux REPL and Write a Regular CSV to InfluxDB Cloud

In this post we share how to use the InfluxDB CLI with InfluxDB Cloud. This TL;DR assumes that you have registered for an InfluxDB Cloud account – registering for a free account is the easiest way to get started with …

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Paul Dix

InfluxDB Clustering – High Availability and Scalability

InfluxDB clustering is available as part of InfluxData’s commercial product offered in both managed and self-managed capacities. Architectural overview An InfluxDB Enterprise installation (the latest at the time of writing is v.1.8.2) allows for a clustered InfluxDB installation which consists …

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Putting You in Control of Your InfluxDB Cloud Spend

We recently changed the pricing of InfluxDB Cloud to let you control your cloud database spend so you spend only as much as you need to run your software and systems — with no wasted budget. If you just want …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

How to Fix Common Errors for Beginners in InfluxDB Cloud 2.0

In this post, we’ll review some common InfluxDB Cloud 2.0 errors for beginners. We’ll discuss probable causes as well as recommended fixes. This blog uses the Telegraf System Configuration and data as an example to illustrate the various errors you …

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Molly Norris Walker

How We Made InfluxDB Cloud and Flux Faster

Performance has been a top user concern and an area of investment for InfluxDB Cloud since launching a year ago. The theme of our recent performance push is aggregations; we took a vertical slice from backend platform to front-end user …

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Al Sargent

InfluxDB Cloud Now on All Major Cloud Platforms: Azure, AWS and Google

Today, InfluxDB Cloud is generally available on Microsoft Azure. Now you have the freedom to run the leading time series database on whichever you prefer: Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud or AWS. If you’re a Microsoft Azure customer, InfluxDB Cloud provides …

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