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InfluxDB Named a Leader in G2’s Summer Grid Report for Time Series Databases

Industry-leading time series platform recognized for ease of setup and user satisfaction SAN FRANCISCO, June 30, 2022 – InfluxData, creator of the leading time series platform InfluxDB, today announced it has been named a leader in the G2 Grid for Time Series Databases, …

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Monthly Product Update – New Developer Experience for InfluxDB Cloud

We love to write and ship code to help developers bring their ideas and projects to life. That’s why we’re constantly working on improving our product in sync with developer needs to ensure their happiness and accelerate time to awesome. …

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Why I Joined InfluxData – Susannah Brodnitz

Going from oceanographic research to working in marketing at InfluxData is a big transition, but it’s one I’m excited about. For the last couple of years, I’ve been working as a research assistant, studying ocean salinity, helping process data collected …

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See You at KubeCon EU 2022

Get ready for KubeCon EU 2022 as InfluxData gears up to attend the event at the Feria Valencia, May 18-20. Visit our team at booth G6 (#S46) to learn more about Kubernetes, InfluxDB, and application development. We’d love to hear …

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Telegraf Release Candidates, Nightlies, & Test Artifacts

Since 2016, the Telegraf project has released 22 minor releases, 48 release candidates, and 79 bug fix releases. Based on feedback from the community and a desire to improve the overall process, the Telegraf team will discontinue the creation of …

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Women in Open Source – An InfluxData Round Table for International Women’s Day

It’s no secret that the number of men working in tech far exceeds the number of women doing the same. In the open source community, the number of women contributing to open source projects is even smaller. At least one …

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Why I Joined InfluxData – Luis Casillas

Hello, my name is Luis Casillas, and I joined InfluxData as a Software Engineer and part of the deployments team. There is a lot of cool stuff happening here. It piqued my interest to apply for the role after understanding …

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Why I Joined InfluxData – David Webb

I vividly remember my first experience with the concept of eternity, declaring to my mom from the back seat of our ’91 Camry that “space has to end at some point.” My young mind couldn’t comprehend something that keeps going …

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Data Visualizations with InfluxDB: Integrating plotly.js

This post walks through creating custom graphs of time-series data using the JavaScript graphing library, plotly.js, which is built on top of d3.js and stack.gl.

Why I Joined InfluxData – Patrick Williams

As a seasoned Account Executive in the IT & Cloud space, I worked at large organizations like IBM and NTT, as well as startups like StorageOS and Armalytix. But I took the most inspiration from working at Rackspace for 11 …

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