How to Manage an ETL Data Migration Into the Cloud

As organizations move their workloads into the public cloud, their environments gradually evolve. Initially, an organization tends to aim for a 1:1 migration of resources, typically in the form of virtual machines (VMs). Although this approach allows for an easier data migration path, it’s more costly and offers less flexibility than taking advantage of some of the serverless and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings in the public cloud.


By Developers, for Developers: New Offerings Announced at InfluxDays North America

By developers, for developers – this has always been InfluxData’s approach when building new tools for users, and it’s certainly the case as we roll out the newest round of features and capabilities at this year’s InfluxDays North America. We know that application building isn’t easy and that development cycles are precious. That’s why we focus everything we do around delivering developer happiness.


InfluxData Kicks Off InfluxDays North America, Releasing New Features to Expedite Application Building

InfluxDB enhancements enable developers to get started on building real-time applications quickly and to scale SAN FRANCISCO, October 26, 2021 – InfluxData, creator of the leading time series platform InfluxDB, today announced new capabilities for developers to expedite application building as part of InfluxDays North America 2021 Virtual Experience, its annual event for customers, partners and developer community.


InfluxDB Cloud and Telegraf for the Home Lab

Home labs are popular among technology enthusiasts. Often they are unmonitored and even the smallest home lab can benefit from monitoring. This post will show how getting started with an InfluxDB Cloud account and Telegraf can make this super easy! InfluxDB is an open source time series database. As such, InfluxDB is well-suited for operations monitoring, application metrics, IoT sensor data, and real-time analytics.


Getting Started with Telegraf

Telegraf is a plugin-driven agent for collecting, processing, aggregating and writing metrics and events. Telegraf ships as a single binary with no external dependencies that runs with a minimal footprint and a plugin system that supports many popular services. Telegraf is used to collect metrics from the system it runs on, applications, remote IoT devices and many other inputs. Telegraf can also capture data from event-driven operations.


When Big Data Goes Wrong: 3 Common Issues and Possible Solutions

Our shared future has always been profoundly enigmatic. Hoary seers from days of yore would never have predicted everyday life as it is now. It would have been impossible to guess most of what has already happened in the 21st century. Peering into crystal balls would have proved equally futile. Even an attempt to make well-educated guesses about possible issues with big data would likely have been way off the mark.


Energy Regulators Driving Cloud-First Strategies in Race to Net Zero Carbon

Every government in the world is evaluating the steps necessary to radically reduce carbon emissions. The UK Government has been especially proactive, not just assessing these steps, but rolling out aggressive carbon-control strategies and legislation. Originally, the UK Government’s Climate Change Act 2008 set a goal of an 80 percent reduction in the country’s carbon emissions by 2050.