InfluxDB Week in Review - May 16, 2016
By Jimmy Guerrero / May 16, 2016 / General
In this post we’ll recap the most interesting InfluxDB related content you may have missed in the last week or so.
Announcements, Blogs, Videos and How-Tos
- FREE InfluxDB Virtual Training on May 19: Comparing InfluxDB and Elasticsearch for Time-Series Data Management
- InfluxDB Tech Tips - May 13, 2016
- Announcing InfluxDB v0.13 Plus Clustering Early Access
- InfluxDB Markedly Outperforms Elasticsearch in Time-Series Data & Metrics Benchmark
- Combining Kapacitor and Continuous Queries
- Offical Docker Images for InfluxDB, Telefgraf, Kapacitor and Chronograf
- Why We Migrated Away From Librato to InfluxDB
- Available Now! Fully Managed InfluxDB Clusters + Grafana on AWS
InfluxDB Clusters on Your Infrastructure
We are pleased to announce early access to InfluxDB Enterprise is now available! If you have been waiting for InfluxDB clustering to run on your infrastructure with the ability to rebalance nodes, plus a slick UI to deploy, manage and monitor the deployment, InfluxDB Enterprise is for you. Contact Sales to get a demo of InfluxDB Enterprise plus pricing information.
What did Endticket find compelling about InfluxDB? Continuous queries that work plus tagging and querying tags. Endticket uses InfluxDB to provide sales, venue entry, visitors/impressions and other kinds of statistics to their clients. Sure, they could have built it on top of HBase, or even MySQL, but that would have been a much harder uphill battle, whereas for Endticket, InfluxDB was born for this.
Endticket is building a white label ticket sales platform for events, venues, bands and festivals!
RedBlink uses InfluxDB to log all of BlueJay Music’s data including party created, songs played and songs liked. They then use this data to check if playlists are being created according to their contract obligations. They also produce compliance reports in regards to these contract obligations. RedBlink needed something scalable and something that could roll-up queries. InfluxDB proved to be perfect for these requirements.
The BlueJay Music app was developed by RedBlink and allows anyone to stream music from their Android, iOS or Windows device to friends. This app is perfect for music lovers who want to listen to the same music together but are geographically separated.
Hoiio uses InfluxDB as a database for their monitoring system. Hoiio has collected agents running on each host and publishes metrics every 10s to InfluxDB regarding CPU, memory, load, etc of each instance. The metrics are then visualized in Grafana. Hoiio is monitoring 80+ instances and is very happy with the performance! Hoiio had to do minimal configuration to get into production. The most painful part for them was the configuration of the collected metrics!
Hoiio is a cloud company providing modular software services to businesses on a subscription and usage-based model.
Get Your InfluxDB Hoodie While they Last!
Does your company have an application or product that uses InfluxDB in production? We’d love to feature it on influxdata.com and give you a shout out on social media. As a “thank you” gift, we’ll send you an InfluxDB hoodie and a pack of stickers. Just fill out this simple form and we’ll let you know when your entry is live and the hoodie is in the mail. Drop us a line at [email protected] if you have any questions. Thanks for the support!
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