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Three Ways InfluxDB Enables You to Use Time Series Data Across Your Entire Engineering Team
Webinar Date: 2021-04-21 08:00:00 (Pacific Time)
The more your team can collaborate around data, the more useful that data is. This is especially true for time series data that is increasingly the heartbeat of your business. When your entire team can utilize time series data, they know the pulse of your devices, your equipment, your customers, and your software — and can act accordingly.
In this webinar, Russ Savage — product manager at InfluxData — will show you three new ways for your team to collaborate around time series data.
- First, InfluxDB Notebooks let you create and share computational narratives that combine live code, visualizations, and explanatory notes, which can output to your InfluxDB dashboards, tasks, and buckets. You can use Notebooks to better document your downsampling, data processing, incident investigations, postmortems and runbooks.
- Next, InfluxDB Annotations let you explain the why behind time series data trends. Annotations can be used to communicate how time series data is impacted by changes to software deployments (like configurations, upgrades, or outages), user behavior (Cyber Monday, deadlines), business activities (ad campaign, sales incentives), or external events (natural disasters, weather). With team members sharing contextual clues, you’ll more quickly determine root cause and restore services faster.
- Finally, learn how to apply GitOps practices to manage InfluxDB configurations, dashboards, tasks, and alerts, as well as Telegraf configurations, ensuring better collaboration workflows between developers, SREs, and every stakeholder involved in time series collection, enrichment and analysis.
Sign up now so you can help your entire team leverage the trio of capabilities profiled above and get the most out of the time series data you’re storing in InfluxDB.
Director of Product Management, InfluxData
Russ Savage is a Product Manager at InfluxData where he focuses on enabling DevOps for teams using InfluxDB and the TICK Stack. He has a background in computer engineering and has been focused on various aspects of enterprise data for the past 10 years. Russ has previously worked at Cask Data, Elastic, Box, and Amazon. When Russ is not working at InfluxData, he can be seen speeding down the slopes on a pair of skis.