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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Downsampling with InfluxDB v2.0

Downsampling is the process of aggregating high-resolution time series within windows of time and then storing the lower resolution aggregation to a new bucket. For example, imagine that you have an IoT application that monitors the temperature. Your temperature sensor …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips; Creating Tokens with the InfluxDB API

Whether you’re using InfluxDB Cloud or InfluxDB OSS, the InfluxDB API provides a simple way to interact with your InfluxDB instance. The InfluxDB v2 API, the read and write portions are available with InfluxDB v1.8+, offers a unified approach to …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips; Creating Buckets with the InfluxDB API

Whether you’re using InfluxDB Cloud or InfluxDB OSS, the InfluxDB API provides a simple way to interact with your InfluxDB instance. The InfluxDB v2 API offers a unified approach to querying, writing data to, and assessing the health of your …

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Russ Savage

Release Announcement: InfluxDB 2.0.0 RC 1

A new release of InfluxDB 2.0 RC is available now. Starting with the first RC 0 release, InfluxDB 2.0 has changed the storage engine to be compatible with InfluxDB 1.x. If you have already installed Beta 16 (or earlier) of …

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Al Sargent

Introducing the InfluxDB Template UI: Monitoring Made Simple

At InfluxData, we’re obsessed with time to awesome — how quickly can you start working productively with time series data? What can we do to make things better? InfluxDB Templates are a great example of this mindset. Back in April, …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips – From Subqueries to Flux!

In this post we translate subqueries, using InfluxQL in InfluxDB version 1.x, into Flux, a data scripting and functional query language in InfluxDB version 1.8 and greater in either OSS or Cloud. The subqueries translated here come from this blog. …

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Storing, Processing and Visualizing Data with the ogamma Visual Logger for OPC and InfluxDB

This post was written by Ravil Nugmanov, Software Architect at One-Way Automation, a startup located in Edmonton, Canada. This article describes an end-to-end solution built with open source components InfluxDB and Grafana and the ogamma Visual Logger for OPC, to collect …

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Rick Spencer

Solving Runaway Series Cardinality When Using InfluxDB

In this post, you’ll learn what causes high series cardinality in a time series database and how to locate and eliminate the culprits. First, for those of you just encountering this concept, let’s define it: The number of unique database, …

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Russ Savage

InfluxDB 2.0 Release Candidate Now Available

Today we announce InfluxDB 2.0 Open Source’s first official release candidate (RC). This represents a final version of the software as we move towards general availability. We appreciate all the feedback from our users over the last few years and …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips – How to Extract Values, Visualize Scalars, and Perform Custom Aggregations with Flux and InfluxDB

In this post, we learn how to use the reduce(), findColumn(), and findRecord() Flux functions to perform custom aggregations with InfluxDB. This TL;DR assumes that you have either registered for an InfluxDB Cloud account – registering for a free account …

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