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Sonia Gupta

Getting Started with InfluxDB 2.0: Scraping Metrics, Running Telegraf, Querying Data, and Writing Data

Now that we’ve released InfluxDB 2.0 Alpha, you’re probably curious to try it but might not know where to start. This post will guide you through the process of getting it running locally on your machine. By the end of …

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David G. Simmons

Practical Uses of Cross-Measurement Math in Flux

I’ve been spending a lot of time lately with the 2.0 Alpha releases and I’m here to tell you: some of the new things coming are really, really cool! Especially for IoT. The one I’ve been using lately has been …

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Sonia Gupta

InfluxDB: Reorganizing Data with the Pivot Function in Flux

If you’ve been following along with my Flux journey as I implement Flux queries with Rails and GraphQL, you’ll know that I’ve been using train data when implementing various functions in Flux. In order for the GraphQL gem in my …

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Paul Dix

InfluxDB 2.0 Alpha Release and the Road Ahead

Today we’re releasing the first alpha build of InfluxDB 2.0. Our vision for 2.0 is to collapse the TICK Stack into one cohesive and consistent whole which combines the time series database, the UI and dashboarding tool, and the background …

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Sonia Gupta

Using GraphQL with InfluxDB and Flux

In a previous post, we showed you how to make Flux queries in a Rails app. In this post, we’ll extend that knowledge to use GraphQL in a Rails app which leverages the power of Flux to query InfluxDB. This …

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Katy Farmer

Flux Windowing and Aggregation

Today, we’re talking about queries. Specifically, we’re talking about Flux queries, the new language being developed at InfluxData. You can read about why we decided to write Flux and check out the technical preview of Flux. If you’re an InfluxDB …

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Navdeep Sidhu

Getting Started with Flux

Recently we concluded a series of six ‘office-hour’ webinars on Flux, InfluxData’s new functional data scripting language designed for querying, analyzing, and interacting with data. The goal was to answer any Flux-related questions and also get community feedback to improve …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

A UX Review of Flux Joins vs. Pandas Joins

InfluxData recently released the latest versions of Chronograf and InfluxDB. With them comes the technical preview of Flux. Flux is the new query language and engine for time series data. The documentation for Flux can be found here. In a …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

InfluxDB: How to Do Joins, Math across Measurements

If you’re part of the InfluxData community, then you’ve probably wanted to perform math across measurements at some point. You did some googling and stumbled on this GitHub issue 3552 and shed a small tear. Well, today I get to …

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Sonia Gupta

Making Flux Queries in Rails

Now that we’ve launched Flux, a combination query and scripting language, you’re probably eager to start playing around with it in your apps. We’re in the process of building libraries for a number of languages, but in the meantime, you …

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