Currently in Alpha, InfluxDB 2.0 has everything you need from a time series platform in a single binary.
Why use InfluxDB 2.0?
Faster time to awesome
InfluxDB 2.0 has everything you need from a time series platform in a single binary – multi-tenanted time series database, UI and dashboarding tools, background processing and monitoring agent, all behind a single API. For those coming from InfluxDB 1.x, we have essentially collapsed “I,C,K” from the TICK Stack into a single binary. We have shareable dashboards, alerts and queries optimized for specific workloads and solutions.
Deep insights and analytics
Although Flux is now available in InfluxDB 1.x, the full power of Flux is realized in InfluxDB 2.0. Flux is a fourth-generation programming language designed for data scripting, ETL, monitoring and alerting. Read more about Flux.
Optimized for developer productivity
Everything in InfluxDB — ingest, query, storage and visualization — is now accessible in a unified API. This enables faster time to awesome for developers because everything in the platform can now be programmatically accessed and controlled. Download as a single binary or access the free tier with InfluxDB Cloud 2.0 and the full power of an integrated dashboarding, alerting, and monitoring agent are at your fingertips. With powerful client libraries in popular languages like Go, Java, PHP and Python, developers will be up in running in minutes.
Native Prometheus support
Getting Started with InfluxDB 2.0: Scraping Metrics, Running Telegraf, Querying Data, and Writing Data
Now that we’ve released InfluxDB 2.0 Alpha, you’re probably curious to try it but might not know where to start. This post will guide you through the process of getting it running locally on your machine. By the end of this post you’ll have a good idea of some of the...
Why time series data is unique A time series is a series of data points indexed in time. The fact that time series data is ordered makes it unique in the data space because it often displays serial dependence. Serial dependence occurs when the value of a datapoint at...
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