Flux

Release Announcement: Flux VSCode Support

Flux is a powerful, purpose-built open-source language for working with data. The language has continued to mature in recent months, and there’s never been a better time to give it a try. Today we’re announcing support for Flux in Microsoft’s …

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Using Flux to Get IoT Sensor Metadata from MySQL

If you’ve deployed an IoT solution, you’ve had to decide where, and how, to store all your data. At least from my perspective, the best and easiest place to store the sensor data is, of course, InfluxDB. My saying that …

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AWS Marketplace Billing Now Available for InfluxDB

Does your company use AWS Billing and Cost Management? Now you can put your InfluxDB charges straight onto your AWS bill. This applies to both InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB Enterprise on the AWS Marketplace. Why does AWS Marketplace Billing matter? …

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Aggregating by Months or Years in InfluxDB with Flux

Over a year ago, we made our first commit and commitment to supporting a much wanted and needed feature for Flux. It was a feature that we have wanted as far back as the 1.x versions of InfluxDB, but it …

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Using Secret Stores to Secure Flux Access

Multi-data source Flux opens up endless variations in time series analysis, but as with all data access, new communications open potential attack vectors for shady actors. To secure your sensitive credentials, use InfluxDB’s integrated secret store and Flux’s new secrets …

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IoT Prototyping with InfluxDB Cloud (Part 2): Queries, Tasks and Dashboards

The IoT scenario Previously, I put together an IoT device and started streaming data to my InfluxDB Cloud account. It has been happily streaming data to my account since. Next, I want to create a dashboard that shows changes in …

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Meetup Notifications with InfluxDB Cloud

It was a warm Thursday afternoon, in Scotland, when the familiar chime of Slack woke me from my daydream. It was Thom. Hmm, what does he want? The mission It was simple. Thom wanted to publish updates for every user …

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InfluxDB Cloud 2.0 Launches as a Serverless Platform for Time Series Data

Today we’re excited to announce the general release of InfluxDB Cloud 2.0. InfluxDB 2.0 brings together storage, UI and visualization (formerly Chronograf), processing, monitoring and alerting (formerly Kapacitor) into one cohesive whole. It’s the evolution of the TICK Stack into …

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Using Flux to Write Data Out to SQL Data Stores

As discussed in multi-data source Flux, Flux can now get data out of RDBMs with SQL.from() and use it to perform deeper analysis. In many cases, results from crunching data lend themselves naturally to time series storage. In others, the results …

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Hiding Complexity with Custom Functions: Calculating Heat Index

Have you ever watched the local weather — or The Weather Channel — and heard them announce the temperature, and then the “Heat Index”? Or how hot it feels outside? At least here in the United States, and especially in …

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