InfluxDB Community Office Hours
What are InfluxDB Community Office Hours?
InfluxDB Community Office Hours are one-hour, monthly online sessions, held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am Pacific Time, by our Influxers to answer your questions about any topic related to InfluxDB or time series.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours are part of our commitment to open source, developer happiness, and time to awesome.
If you’ve missed out on past sessions, you’ll find them below available to watch at your convenience. Don’t forget to sign up for the next edition.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – June 2020 edition
In our June 2020 session, Community Manager Michael Ellis hosts as we take and answer live questions from users in the community. Additionally, John Corrigan provides an Open Source update on demo data, Samantha Wang talks about the new Influx Shorts video channel and Michael Hall reveals the new Influx Inventor program.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – May 2020 edition
In our May 2020 session, Daniel Campbell provides an InfluxDB Open Source update on the multi-user feature and we answer live questions from the community.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – April 2020 edition
In our April 2020 session, Tim Hall provides an InfluxDB Open Source update on version 1.8, and Michael Hall demonstrates how templates can be used to simplify and reduce workload.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – March 2020 edition
In our March 2020 session, new Community Manager Michael Ellis introduces himself to the community, Russ Savage provides an InfluxDB Open Source Update, and Al Sargent shows us how to use Flux for geotemporal queries.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – February 2020 edition
In our February 2020 session, Michael Hall & Johnny Steenbergen discuss the newly released Influx Templates.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – January 2020 edition
In our January 2020 session, Russ Savage (Director, Product Management) discusses the newly released InfluxDB OSS 2.0 Beta, including Influx Templates and Manifests. Russ demonstrates how to run Manifests from a configuration as code file (YAML or JSON) to create buckets, dashboards, tasks and many more resources for network and Kubernetes monitoring. Find more information about InfluxDB OSS 2.0 Beta and Manifests.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours -December 2019 edition
In our December 2019 session, members of our product management, engineering, and DevRel team discuss the latest features available with Telegraf 1.13.
InfluxDB Community Office Hours – July 2019 edition
For our July 2019 session, we were joined by Gunner Aasen, Thom Crowe, Michael Desa, and Jacob Marble from InfluxDB to answer questions from the community. We had discussions about InfluxDB Cloud 2.0 beta, Telegraf, InfluxDB OSS, and Flux.
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