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Getting Started with Java and InfluxDB

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This article was written by Reshma Sathe. Scroll down for the author’s picture and bio. Time series data is becoming vital, from IoT devices’ sensors to financial processing. The data collected from these sources can help in sales forecasting and …

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How to Use AWS Lambda Serverless Functions with InfluxDB

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For time series workloads the ability of serverless functions to scale up and down is a major advantage, especially for something like IoT devices that may have intermittent connectivity and might suddenly send data in bursts. In this type of …

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PTC Kepware and InfluxDB: Collecting and Storing Your Automation Data

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If you have worked in the automation sector for some time, it is likely you have come across or at least heard of PTC Kepware. They provide one of the largest connectivity suites for automation devices such as PLC’s easing …

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Getting Started with the InfluxDB 2.0 API and Postman

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Whether you’re using InfluxDB Cloud or InfluxDB OSS, the InfluxDB API provides a simple way to interact with your InfluxDB instance. The InfluxDB v2.0 API offers a unified approach to querying, writing data to, and assessing the health of your …

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Expand Kubernetes Monitoring with Telegraf Operator

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This article was originally published in The New Stack.  Monitoring is a critical aspect of cloud computing. At any time, you need to know what’s working, what isn’t, and have the ability to respond to changes occurring in a given …

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TL;DR InfluxDB Tech Tips – Visualizing Uptime with Flux deadman() Function in InfluxDB Dashboards

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A common DevOps use case involves alerting when hosts stop reporting metrics, aka a deadman alert. This can be done using the monitor.deadman() Flux function. One can easily create a deadman (or threshold) check in the InfluxDB UI Alerts section …

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Telegraf Plugin Spotlight: Exec & Execd

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Telegraf comes included with over 200+ input plugins that collect metrics and events from a comprehensive list of sources. While these plugins cover a large number of use cases, Telegraf provides another mechanism to give users the power to meet …

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Data Visualization Made Easy with ReactJS, Nivo and InfluxDB

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a well-done data visualization is worth a million. The quality of a dashboard can make or break an application. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make high-quality data visualizations …

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The NVIDIA Jetson Series – Part 2 (Vision AI Pipeline)

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Hopefully, you caught Part 1 of this series. If you didn’t, don’t read any of the spoilers below and check out Part 1 here. All caught up? Good! Let’s move on. In Part 2, our goal is to build a …

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Introduction to Time Series Forecasting with Tensorflow and InfluxDB

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Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to perfectly predict the future? We are a long way from being able to do that, but that is basically the goal of anybody working in the data science field — take a …

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