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Drill Baby Drill! Data Exploration in Chronograf

Overview First thing, download the latest version of Chronograf here. Will from Chronograf here! In this post we’ll take a look at a few of the ways Chronograf allows you to explore your data from InfluxDB. Before we get started, …

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Paul Dix

Announcing InfluxDB v0.9.6 – Updates to the TSM Storage Engine

We’re releasing InfluxDB v0.9.6 today which includes 8 features and 22 bug fixes. While we’ve largely been focused on longer term development goals for the release after this one, the community of external contributors has rolled up their sleeves and …

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Paul Dix

InfluxDB is Now InfluxData, the Platform for Time Series Data

Today we’re announcing that InfluxDB, the company, is now InfluxData. This is the beginning of delivering on our long-term vision: to create the platform for developing apps, services and IoT architectures that rely on time series data. To us, time …

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Nathaniel Cook

Announcing Kapacitor 0.2.0

Kapacitor version 0.2.0 has been released today. What’s Kapacitor? If you missed out announcement last week, it’s the “K” in the TICK stack. Kapacitor is an alerting and data processing engine for time series data. It lets you define your own …

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Announcing Chronograf 0.4 – Improved Query Builder and Server Configuration

It’s only been two weeks, but we are back with another update to Chronograf. For the uninitiated, Chronograf is the “C” in the TICK stack. It’s a dashboarding and graphing UI you can deploy behind your firewall to do ad …

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Announcing Telegraf 0.2.4 with MailChimp API Support

MailChimp is an email-marketing platform that provides a robust JSON API of metrics on email campaigns. Since Telegraf can make HTTP API calls and parse JSON, it was a natural step to allow Telegraf to parse data from services that …

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Todd Persen

Package Repository for Linux

Warning! Please note that this blog is over 1 year old, please review most current instructions in the official documenation. Today we are officially announcing the InfluxData package repository. This package repository can be used with Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, and …

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Nathaniel Cook

Announcing Kapacitor, an Open Source Streaming and Batch Time Series Processor

Kapacitor is a standalone program that processes time series data. Data can be streamed or sent in scheduled batches to Kapacitor via any number of inputs, including InfluxDB. Kapacitor can even subscribe to receive all data sent to an InfluxDB cluster.

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Announcing Chronograf 0.3

Will from the Chronograf team here! We’ve been hard at work and are excited to introduce our next major feature: dashboards. Also part of this release are major UI/UX improvements, and improvements to the data exploration and query building experience. …

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Announcing Telegraf 0.2.1 with Support for Writing UDP to InfluxDB and Multiple Outputs of the Same Type

Release Notes UDP InfluxDB output now supported Telegraf will now compile on FreeBSD Users can now specify outputs as lists, allowing multiple outputs of the same type. Telegraf will no longer use docker-compose for “long” unit test, it has been …

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