InfluxDB Week in Review - January 25, 2016
Jimmy Guerrero /
Jan 25, 2016
In this post we’ll recap the most interesting InfluxDB related content you may have missed in the last week or so.
Blogs, Videos, Articles, Docs and How-Tos
- Please Vote: All-Day InfluxDB Training Date
- Tableau de bord avec Grafana, InfluxDB et Collectd pour Surveiller vos Serveurs
- StreamSets Monitoring with Grafana, InfluxDB, and jmxtrans
- Does InfluxData Supporting Windows Matter to You? Please +1
- How to Visualize RADIUS Connections by Parsing Windows Server Log Files
Conductor is a service by Atomic Fiction, which is a visual effects studio based in Oakland, CA. In a nutshell, Conductor is “visual effects rendering as-a-service”, allowing infinite scaling on a limited budget for animators and filmmakers. For the crew working on Conductor, InfluxDB was easy to get started with, but powerful enough to use in production.
LambdaNow is a big data platform for data collection, processing and management. It is a customizable and capable of real-time processing of data chains with just a few clicks, deployable in both private or public cloud environments. For the LambdaNow crew, setting up InfluxDB was as easy and without much effort were feeding InfluxDB with data points. “I love the fact that SDKs for all the languages we use are available (Java, Python) and the documentation available which is clear and concise,” said Rakan Alhneiti - Sr Software Engineer. “InfluxDB plays a major role in our realtime analytics infrastructure. It provides us with all the time-series data processing tools we need to get the job done. Awesome job InfluxData!”
Bukalapak is one of Indonesia’s leading online marketplaces. Anyone can open an online store in Bukalapak in just a few minutes and reach buyers all over Indonesia. Bukalapak’s vision is to become the number one online marketplace in Indonesia empowering SMEs. “It was an awesome experience to implement InfluxDB in our production environment,” said Franheit Sangapta - DevOps Engineer. “Our team uses InfluxDB as a monitoring system for all our distributed servers, VMs, and containers. We tried to integrate many stacks into our platform and they all proved too challenging. With InfluxDB everything was easy to integrate, worked as expected and allowed us to quickly go into production.”
- Jan 28 : SF InfluxDB Meetup - San Francisco, CA
- Feb 25: SF InfluxDB Meetup - San Francisco, CA
- Mar 31: SF InfluxDB Meetup - San Francisco, CA
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