In this post we’ll recap the most interesting InfluxDB related content you may have missed in the last week or so.
Announcements, Blogs, Videos, Articles, Docs and How-Tos
- Announcing InfluxDB Virtual Training for just $19
- Announcing InfluxDB Training in San Francisco – April 29
- InfluxData is Hiring a Developer/Product Evangelist
- Announcing Telegraf 10.4 with support for Windows, Riak and Apache Mesos
- Testing the Current State of InfluxDB 0.10 Clustering
- Check out “Protector” a Circuit Breaker for Time Series Databases
- Part 1: How-to Build an Arduino IoT Project with InfluxDB on the Google Cloud
- Part 2: How-to Build an Arduino IoT Project with InfluxDB on the Google Cloud
- Part 3: How-to Build an Arduino IoT Project with InfluxDB on the Google Cloud
- Part 4: How-to Build an Arduino IoT Project with InfluxDB on the Google Cloud
- How-to Monitor FreeSWITCH & Newfies-Dialer with InfluxDB & Telegraf
- Getting Started with InfluxDB and Dart
Citilogics delivers next generation predictive analytics for municipal water distribution systems. Think continuous health monitoring for thousands of miles of underground water pipes. They can detect problems early and track down leaks and inefficiencies with a physics-based hydraulic simulation engine and modern web-based dashboards and alerts. According to Citilogics CTO Sam Hatchett, “InfluxDB’s speed and flexibility is so far beyond what our industry has had to this point. It’s really a game-changer for analytics in general and municipal water utilities in particular.”
OOO (also known as Parvis Plus) is a manufacturing company specializing in lightweight, high-precision metalworking. OOO’s holding company is ParAAvis – one of the most famous manufacturers of ultralight aviation products in the world. OOO’s products are intended for aviation and other industries that require a very high degree of accuracy in their mechanisms. All of the lathes, quality control and counting machines are automated and generate a huge flow of time-series data.
Before InfluxDB, OOO used a traditional relational database (MySQL) to store statistics and online monitoring data. Under times of heavy load the system would fail and be unable to continue to accept writes, causing gaps in the continuity of their data. OOO in-turn started suffering material losses because of this. They then decided to test a database management system that was purpose built for time-series data. InfluxDB proved to be very fast, lightweight and able to store data efficiently.
Sputnik is a Russian, “local” search engine. They use InfluxDB to build custom monitoring solutions and to store load testing data to feed their visualization dashboards.
Get your InfluxDB hoodie while they last!
Does your company have an application or product that uses InfluxDB in production? We’d love to feature it on influxdata.com and give you a shout out on social media. As a “thank you” gift, we’ll send you an InfluxDB hoodie and a pack of stickers. Just fill out this simple form and we’ll let you know when your entry is live and the hoodie is in the mail. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Thanks for the support!
- Feb 24: SF InfluxDB Meetup – San Francisco
- Mar 1: GDG Twin Cities Meetup – Minneapolis
- Mar 3: Getting Started with the TICK stack and InfluxDB Fundamentals – Webinar
- Mar 10: Mastering the InfluxDB CLI and Configuration Options – Webinar
- Mar 17: Understanding Continuous Queries and Retention Policies – Webinar
- Mar 24: Performance Tuning and Schema Design – Webinar
- Mar 24: Monitoring Love LA Meetup – Los Angeles
- March 31: Intro to the Telegraf Data Collector and an Overview of the Plugin Ecosystem – Webinar
- April 7: InfluxDB Cluster Administration – Webinar
- Apr 29: InfluxDB Training – San Francisco
Are you the organizer of a Go, Big Data, DevOps or IoT Meetup? We’d be happy to come out and support your event with a talk, workshop and food & drink sponsorship! Drop us a line to get a conversation started: email@example.com.