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Al Sargent

InfluxDB Cloud Now on All Major Cloud Platforms: Azure, AWS and Google

Today, InfluxDB Cloud is generally available on Microsoft Azure. Now you have the freedom to run the leading time series database on whichever you prefer: Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud or AWS. If you’re a Microsoft Azure customer, InfluxDB Cloud provides …

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Nate Isley

Extending InfluxDB with Serverless Functions

Data ingestion and data analysis are the yin and yang of a time series platform. There are many resources to help you ingest data. Typical ingestions are agent-based, imports via CSVs, using client libraries, or via third-party technologies. Once your …

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Al Sargent

InfluxDB Cloud Now Beta on Azure

InfluxDB Cloud is now beta on Microsoft Azure and we’d like you to try it out so we can work to make sure it’s ready for general availability (GA). If you’re already familiar with InfluxDB, head over to cloud2.influxdata.com to …

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Al Sargent

How to Run a Time Series Database on Azure

Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of InfluxDB Enterprise on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace. This brings the industry’s leading time series database to Azure Marketplace, which lets you: Instantly provision and deploy InfluxDB on any of 33 Azure regions …

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Al Sargent

InfluxDB is Now Available in Google Cloud Marketplace

In February, we announced the general availability of InfluxDB on Google Cloud, as well as a rich set of integrations that allow you to use our time series data platform to monitor your Google Cloud services, store sensor data from …

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Al Sargent

InfluxDB Cloud Now Available on Google Cloud

Today we’re excited to announce the general availability of InfluxDB Cloud for Google Cloud. With this new service, GCP users can now use our leading time series data platform on Google infrastructure. This lets you address a wide range of …

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Al Sargent

AWS Marketplace Billing Now Available for InfluxDB

Does your company use AWS Billing and Cost Management? Now you can put your InfluxDB charges straight onto your AWS bill. This applies to both InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB Enterprise on the AWS Marketplace. Why does AWS Marketplace Billing matter? …

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Al Sargent

AWS re:invent 2019 — See You There!

We’re looking forward to participating at AWS re:Invent 2019 in Las Vegas. Since it’s a huge show, I thought I’d put together this guide to AWS re:Invent 2019. So, let’s dive in! Where is InfluxData at re:Invent? Speaking of re:Invent …

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David McKay

One Click to Awesome: Deploying with the DigitalOcean Marketplace

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve worked with DigitalOcean to bring the TICK Stack to their new Marketplace, providing all DigitalOcean users with a one-click TICK Stack. Getting started We’re going to assume you already have a DigitalOcean account. If …

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Chris Churilo

Plot Your Telegraf Metrics in Azure Monitor

Today we announced Microsoft’s inclusion of Telegraf with their monitoring solution Azure Monitor, which they describe as Azure Monitor’s Unified Metrics Store. Azure Monitor is a platform that allows users to collect performance and utilization metrics from Azure resources. It …

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