NOTE: This release resolves a regression discovered in InfluxDB 2.0.0 Beta 3 where for some users, after logging in, not all of their dashboards, tasks, or other assets in the UI would be shown. We encourage all users of Beta 3 to upgrade. There are no additional steps needed other than upgrading to the latest Beta version.
A new release of InfluxDB 2.0 Beta is available now. We will be shipping regular updates as we add new features and fix issues. Please keep in mind that these beta builds are not meant for testing performance or production usage. Please join us in our InfluxDB Community Slack and help us by giving feedback on the functionality, user experience, and APIs. Please see our official announcement blog for a more detailed look at the capabilities and roadmap for InfluxDB 2.0 OSS.
- InfluxDB 2.0.0 Beta 4 — release notes
This release of InfluxDB 2.0 Beta includes the following enhancements:
- The Flux Editor in the browser now supports type ahead and auto completion of Flux functions. This is supported everywhere you can edit Flux in the browser and is based on the same technology powering the Flux VSCode plugin.
- Tables now support detection of URLs for linking. You can construct deep link to other dashboards or external websites using the tags and fields from your data.
- The Flux library has been updated to v0.59.6. See the Flux Release Notes for details.
Please download and explore our latest release. If you find issues or have questions, please join our InfluxDB Community Slack, post them in our InfluxDB GitHub Repo or our Community Site and we will take a look. Thank you for all the interest and positive feedback so far.
The latest release of InfluxDB 2.0 Beta can be downloaded here.