Customer Category: DevOps Monitoring

DevOps Monitoring

Emerging trends like microservices, containerization, elastic storage, Software Defined Networking, Hybrid clouds, etc, all keep pushing the boundaries of what constitutes DevOps Monitoring. The number of endpoints and the variety of metrics that need monitoring forces a reconsideration of the one-size fits all mentality. Modern DevOps monitoring needs to be flexible enough to handle unique application and infrastructure metrics on a common framework.


InfluxData Customer Success Story: Robinhood A pioneer of commission-free investing, Robinhood is on a mission to democratize finance for all and believes the financial system should be built to work for everyone. Robinhood is democratizing the financial systems by offering …

Robinhood Read More »

R&D Denmark

Customer Success Story: R&D Denmark R&D Denmark has introduced InfluxDB for easy, fast and flexible data collection/storage for some of the world’s biggest industrial test benches. Using InfluxDB has helped the company develop, test, and commission its industrial solutions quickly …

R&D Denmark Read More »

KYBURZ Switzerland AG

Customer Success Story: KYBURZ Switzerland AG KYBURZ is using the combination of Telegraf and InfluxDB to collect time series data and monitor its entire infrastructure. This allows the company to react in a timely manner if anything goes wrong. The …

KYBURZ Switzerland AG Read More »

Thales Alenia Space

Customer Success Story: Thales Alenia Space Thales Alenia Space uses InfluxDB to ingest satellite data and process it live and afterwards (replay). This implies fast ingestion, real-time processing, huge amount of data handling, necessity of an efficient querying language, machine …

Thales Alenia Space Read More »


Customer Success Story: CONST SSK OOO CONST SSK OOO uses dashboards to query data from InfluxDB and also for direct SQL queries from the company’s Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). The company not only monitors its deployments and app health …



Customer Success Story: NetApp NetApp uses InfluxDB for real-time resource trending, SLO/SLI calculations, and alerting. The SRE team relies very heavily on the ability to identify trends in resource consumption for critical Linux servers within their infrastructure, DB monitoring, and …

NetApp Read More »


Customer Success Story: CloudBees CloudBees uses InfluxDB with Grafana to collect and monitor metrics from its CI/CD build logging system. The logging system is a critical component of its SaaS product. Being able to reliably collect and store metrics, and …

CloudBees Read More »


Watch Webinar       View Presentation

Network to Code

Watch Webinar      View Presentation Learn more: Blog: Community Highlight: How InfluxDB Enables IoT Sensor Monitoring of Aquariums


Watch Webinar    View Presentation

Scroll to Top