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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

BIRCH for Anomaly Detection with InfluxDB

In this tutorial, we’ll use the BIRCH (balanced iterative reducing and clustering using hierarchies) algorithm from scikit-learn with the ADTK (Anomaly Detection Tool Kit) package to detect anomalous CPU behavior. We’ll use the InfluxDB 2.0 Python Client to query our …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Anomaly Detection with Median Absolute Deviation

When you want to spot containers, virtual machines (VMs), servers, or sensors that are behaving differently from others, you can use the Median Absolute Deviation (MAD) algorithm to identify when a time series is “deviating from the pack”. In this …

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Community

Community Highlight: How Supralog Built an Online Incremental Machine Learning Pipeline with InfluxDB OSS for Capacity Planning

This article was written by Gregory Scafarto, Data Scientist intern at Supralog, in collaboration with InfluxData’s DevRel Anais Dotis-Georgiou. At InfluxData, we pride ourselves on our awesome InfluxDB Community. We’re grateful for all of your contributions and feedback. Whether it’s …

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Nate Isley

How to Expand Data Collection for InfluxDB with CloudFormation Templates

In a previous post, I demonstrated how to call InfluxDB APIs from AWS Lambda, but the setup is fairly manual and the results are not portable. Ideally, we as a community can expand and share ways to collect and process …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Contributing Third Party Flux Packages: A Discord Endpoint Flux Function

Are you currently using Flux with InfluxDB? Have you written a great Flux function that would be useful to the community? If the answers to these questions are “Yes!”, then I encourage you to contribute your awesome work to Flux, …

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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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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Giraffe Visualization Library and InfluxDB

Giraffe is the open source React-based visualization library that’s used to implement InfluxDB’s v2 UI. It employs clever algorithms to handle the challenge of visualizing the incredibly high volume of data that InfluxDB can ingest and query. We’ve just published …

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Faith Chikwekwe

Writing Tasks and Setting Up Alerts for InfluxDB Cloud

If you are using InfluxDB to monitor your data and systems, then alerts may be an essential part of your workflow. We currently have a system for monitoring your data whether it enters a critical or non-critical state. Here I’m …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Getting Started with the InfluxDB Go Client

There are several ways to write and query InfluxDB v2 (either open source or Cloud). You can use the HTTP API, Telegraf and any of 200+ plugins, or a client library. However, if you’re specifically looking to build an application …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Getting Started with JavaScript and InfluxDB 2.0

With 200+ plugins, Telegraf has a wide variety of methods for scraping, writing, and querying data to and from InfluxDB. However, sometimes users need to perform data collection outside of the capabilities of Telegraf. Perhaps they need to collect custom …

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