Managed time series database & API in the cloud
InfluxDB Cloud service will soon be available as a managed service running on Google Cloud. Now manage large time series data workloads with InfluxDB product delivered as a Google Cloud service. Bill directly to your Google Cloud account or using a credit card.
Deploy InfluxDB Enterprise on Google Cloud
InfluxDB is readily available on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace, which offers ready-to-go development stacks, solutions, and services to accelerate development. Now Google Cloud users have one-click access to the industry’s leading Time Series Platform for collection and analysis of metrics and events data for real-time decision making.
Google Cloud IoT Core now Includes Powerful Time Series Platform to Help Users Improve Operational Efficiency and Real-Time Decision Making from IoT Sensor Data
Now Google Cloud IoT Core users can get better insight and analytics from their IoT environments by using the leading time series database solution to provide continuous insight, improve operational efficiency, and better optimize their businesses with real-time decision making and control.
Google Cloud IoT Core is a complete set of tools to connect, process, store, and analyze data both at the edge and in the cloud. InfluxData’s Telegraf is a plugin-driven server agent for collecting and reporting metrics and data. With this new Telegraf plugin, organizations can derive value by monitoring and tracking sensor data, using historical data from sensors to gain insights that can be applied to current situations (predictive maintenance, optimized traffic routing), and delivering automated action and control (such as shutting down a leaking water pump) with no human interaction. Google Cloud IoT Core can help customers maximize ROI of their IoT applications by capturing, understanding and acting on data collected from IoT devices and sensors in real time.
Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
Users of either open source Kubernetes or GKE can now deploy InfluxDB using a Kubernetes service operator. This Operator is built using the Operator SDK, which is part of the Operator Framework and manages one or more InfluxDB instances deployed on Kubernetes.
Telegraf Plugin for Google Cloud IoT Core
InfluxData has integrated with Google Cloud IoT Core to improve users’ IoT environments with expanded data collection and analysis. With the Telegraf agent for Google Cloud IoT Core, users can get better insight and analytics from their IoT environments by using InfluxDB to provide continuous insight, improve operational efficiency, and better optimize their businesses with real-time decision making and control.
In addition, now Google Cloud users have one-click access to InfluxData’s Time Series Platform for collection and analysis of metrics and events data for real-time decision making through InfluxData’s new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace listing.
Customer Use Cases of InfluxData and Google
“InfluxDB offers great performance with compact database sizes, allowing using a long metrics history while maintaining high sample time resolution for the most recent data points,” said Mika Eloranta, co-founder of Aiven, “Downsampling older metric points with ‘continuous queries’ is a breeze.”
Co-founder of Aiven
Aiven, a next-generation managed cloud service hosting for your software infrastructure services, uses InfluxDB on Google Cloud Platform. A highly scalable Time Series Database, InfluxDB can handle variable data sets and query past data. Aiven InfluxDB is a fully managed and hosted version of the open-source database, providing Aiven’s users with automatic setup, maintenance, and backups. Aiven InfluxDB allows you to ingest hundreds of thousands of data points per second on Google Cloud Platform as well as other platforms. Learn more about Aiven’s SaaS solution on Google Cloud Marketplace.