InfluxDB Week in Review – Feb 22, 2016

Jimmy Guerrero — February 22, 2016

In this post we’ll recap the most interesting InfluxDB related content you may have missed in the last week or so.

Blogs, Videos, Articles, Docs and How-Tos





Gluru is an intelligent, machine-learning platform that organizes your digital life, offering a smart personal assistant that supercharges your daily workflow. Gluru connects with your data wherever it lives, and learns how and when you need to use it – surfacing documents, files, and messages, and more at the moment you need them. The platform offers a simple and intuitive dashboard for consumer and business users, built on a highly sophisticated back-end that leverages artificial intelligence, machine-learning, and contextual information processing.

Gluru evaluated various solutions for their infrastructure monitoring and alerting, as well as analytics and the visualization of backend metrics and KPIs. They were looking for a modern all-in-one solution. After experimenting with various technologies they unanimously decided to adopt the InfluxData stack both because it does exactly what they needed but also because it was built using some of the same technologies they had selected for their own platform. Gluru uses InfluxDB to directly measure service performance, Telegraf for infrastructure monitoring are in the process of adopting Chronograf and Kapacitor .


AlertBasket is a mobile app that helps people to find best deals for the products they buy often. AlertBasket has launched in Poland, and will launch in more European countries soon.

Thanks to InfluxDB, Alertbasket was able to gather essential app metrics and compile them into a dashboard showing all the essential project metrics in just one day. This included the initial setup, configuration and backend integration. “Pure awesomeness!”


Dominion makes hard apple cider on a farm in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada. They use InfluxDB to store telemetry data from their fermentation and conditioning tanks, chiller system, and various other equipment. Here’s a blog post with all the details on how they use InfluxDB. According to Luke Cyca (Founder, Cidermaker and Hacker) “The ease of deployment typical with Go projects was a selling point. It was very easy to get up and running and start sending data from embedded micro-controllers.”

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