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Paul Dix

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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Nate Isley

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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David G. Simmons

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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David G. Simmons

How to Output Data from Flux to MQTT Natively

Writing data from InfluxDB to MQTT using Flux I started using the Open Source (OSS) version of InfluxDB v2.0 very early on in the Alpha releases. Even in the early releases, I was very enamored with the way things were …

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Nate Isley

Use Flux to Group, Shape, and Analyze Your Time Series Data

Flux is a programming language designed from the ground up for time series analysis. Traditionally, grouping, shaping, and performing mathematical operations across large dynamic time series datasets is cumbersome. Flux’s goal is to make it working with these datasets much …

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Nate Isley

Multi-Data Source Flux Introduced in InfluxDB 2 Alpha 14

As our co-founder Paul wrote extensively in InfluxDB 2.0’s Alpha Release announcement, we believe Flux will play an important role in combining time series data with many different data sources. Flux’s first official multi-data store step is InfluxDB 2.0 Alpha …

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Paul Dix

Announcing InfluxDB Cloud 2.0 Beta Free Tier

I’m excited to announce that today we’re launching the open beta of our InfluxDB 2.0 Cloud offering. This cloud release contains everything released in the open source alpha 9 of InfluxDB 2.0, but in a fully managed and hosted product. …

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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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