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Monitoring Application Performance on the Frontend in the Age of Impatience

Keep Your Users Happy and Monitor Your Performance Monitoring application performance in the browser is often overlooked or ignored until an actual problem arises. We prioritize server-side monitoring and collecting metrics on all our different databases, but often let tracking …

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Visualizing Your Time Series Data from InfluxDB with Rickshaw

Recently, we took a look at visualizing our time series data from InfluxDB using the graphing library plotly.js (see post here), which offers over 20 different charting types, and packages everything so neatly that it is simple and easy for users …

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Data Visualizations with InfluxDB: Integrating plotly.js

This post walks through creating custom graphs of time-series data using the JavaScript graphing library, plotly.js, which is built on top of d3.js and stack.gl.

Introduction to InfluxData’s InfluxDB and TICK Stack

InfluxData provides a Modern Time Series Platform, designed from the ground up to handle metrics and events. InfluxData’s products are based on an open source core. This open source core consists of the projects Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf, and Kapacitor—collectively called …

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DC/OS Plug-in for Telegraf Enables Time Series Data Collection for Container Monitoring Solution

This is an exciting week for InfluxData and Mesosphere. It is the culmination of several months of hard work by our teams—a collective effort that spans product, engineering, and marketing. Today, we announced the new Mesosphere DC/OS Plug-in for Telegraf, …

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