Telegraf is a light-weight, non-license collector for gathering metrics from some of the most popular systems, apps, and services like Docker, RDBS, NoSQL, SNMP and more. The extensible architecture means you can build your own integrations putting no limits on the kind of metrics you want to collect.
|Minimal memory footprint|
|Extensible design with over 80 input and output plugins already available|
|Connect to datasource like MongoDB, MySQL and Redis|
|Connect to messaging systems like Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ|
|Pull stats from a variety of services using their APIs|
|Collect system metrics like CPU, memory, I/O, etc|
|Cross-platform support - runs well on Windows and Linux|
InfluxData possesses on-the-fly computational capabilities that allows data to become available within milliseconds of its capture. This means lines of business can react aggressively, yet with intelligence to dynamic conditions.
InfluxData can store billions of data points for historical analysis. This allows you to visualize patterns by correlating data that exposes trends, seasonal variations and other long-term insights.
InfluxData enables you to perform capacity planning, plot the outcome of "what-if" scenarios and generate predictive scores using a combination of historical and real-time data.
InfluxData allows you to plug in use case specific anomaly detection algorithms to surface hot spots or deviations before they cause outages or service interruptions.
InfluxData aggregates and precomputes time-series data before it is written to disk. This saves time and money associated with processing and storing the data for future use. Data at rest can automatically be aged out with InfluxDB’s built-in retention policies.
InfluxData’s ability to collect and store time-series data from any system, sensor or app that emits it helps you identify deviations detrimental to the quality of a service or product, quickly.
The InfluxData is ease-of-use, period. This means standing up a complete platform that collects, stores, visualizes and alerts on time-series data can be accomplished in minutes, not days or weeks.
A challenge many system architects face is figuring out how to integrate the existing software they have with whatever time-series data management solution they pick. InfluxData is open source and extensible by design. It can be easily integrated with popular 3rd-party collection agents like statsd, visualization tools like Grafana and alerting frameworks like Bosun.