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Paul Dix

Announcing InfluxDB 0.11.0 RC With Up to 3.8x Faster Queries

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We’re excited to announce that InfluxDB 0.11.0 – rc1 is released. It has huge improvements to the query engine to improve performance, stability, and solve some of the out of memory issues that some users were seeing on larger queries. …

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Nathaniel Cook

Announcing Kapacitor 0.11 RC with Big Performance Gains and Simplified API

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We are excited to announce that Kapacitor v0.11 RC is here with big changes. Kapacitor is significantly more performant, exposes internal performance metrics, and has a simplified API for working with functions from InfluxQL.

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Announcing Telegraf 0.11 with UDP & TCP Input Plugins Plus NTP Query & Processes Inputs

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We are excited to announce the immediate availability of  Telegraf 0.11, which includes support for TCP and UDP input plugins. These plugins are able to parse multiple data formats (including InfluxDB line protocol and graphite) and write them to any configured …

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Paul Dix

Update on InfluxDB Clustering, High-Availability and Monetization

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Warning! Please note that this blog is over 1 year old, please review the latest on InfluxDB Clustering and read more about InfluxDB Enterprise. Update: Since I wrote this post we’ve delivered on the things I’ve promised. We have continued …

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Todd Persen

Part 7: How-to Create an IoT Project with the TICK Stack on the Google Cloud Platform

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Part 7 : Collecting System Sensor Data with Telegraf The last part of this tutorial looks at Telegraf, the “T” in the TICK Stack. Telegraf is an agent that is used to collect metrics from various input channels and write them …

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Todd Persen

Part 6: How-to Create an IoT Project with the TICK Stack on the Google Cloud Platform

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Part 6 : Setting up Alerts with Kapacitor In this part, we are going to take a look at Kapacitor, the “K” in the TICK stack. Kapacitor is a stream and batch processing engine, that is both a data processor …

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Todd Persen

Part 5: How to Create an IoT Project with the TICK Stack on the Google Cloud Platform

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Part 5: Visualizing IoT Sensor Data with Chronograf So far in the series, we’ve managed to set up InfluxDB and it is now receiving data from various temperature stations. While we can use the InfluxDB web application to query for …

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InfluxDB Week in Review – Feb 29, 2016

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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, Articles, Docs and How-Tos Announcing InfluxDB Virtual Training for just $19 Announcing InfluxDB Training in San …

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Todd Persen

Part 4: How-to Create an IoT Project with the TICK Stack on the Google Cloud Platform

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Part 4 : Integrating InfluxDB into the IoT Project So far in the series, we have looked at what InfluxDB is, setup an InfluxDB Host on Google Compute Engine and wrote a Python application that can interact with it. This part …

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Todd Persen

Part 3: How-to Create an IoT Project with the TICK Stack on the Google Cloud Platform

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Part 3 : Using InfluxDB Client Libraries InfluxDB provides support for Client Libraries in multiple programming languages. A client library goes a long way in wrapping the core HTTP API with a high level wrapper, so that you can work …

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