Flux

Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Anomaly Detection with Median Absolute Deviation

When you want to spot containers, virtual machines (VMs), servers, or sensors that are behaving differently from others, you can use the Median Absolute Deviation (MAD) algorithm to identify when a time series is “deviating from the pack”. In this …

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Nate Isley

Exploring Geo-Temporal Flux

Flux recently added geo-temporal capabilities to its arsenal, and I have been exploring how to effectively use this new combination of time series and geolocation data. To help get you started, we’ll cover a geo-temporal overview and then look into …

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Nora Mullen

TL;DR Tech Tips – Flux Time Ranges

In this post, we share some basics about working with time ranges in Flux. Q: What’s the role of time ranges in Flux queries? A: Flux requires a time range when querying InfluxDB. “Unbounded” queries are very resource-intensive and as …

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Nora Mullen

TL;DR InfluxDB 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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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

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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Nathaniel Cook

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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Caitlin Croft

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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Community

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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Samantha Wang

InfluxData Community Update Q1 2020

At InfluxData, we love the community! Our amazing open source members are an integral part of InfluxData and have been since its founding. They’ve helped us build amazing products for time series data. This is a quick update to give …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Getting Started with InfluxDB and Pandas

InfluxData prides itself on prioritizing developer happiness. A large part of maintaining developer happiness is providing client libraries that allow users to interact with the database through the language and library of their choosing. Data analysis is the task most …

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