Imagine you’re driving a car, but there’s no windshield. You can’t see in front of you. On top of that, your car is full of friends looking out the side windows and yelling various things to you: “We should turn left!” “No, we should turn right!” “I’m pretty sure the next turn is in two miles.” In this scenario, how likely are you to reach your destination instead of ending up in a ditch or careening off a bridge?
InfluxData community! In January, we released InfluxDB 2.0 alpha with draft documentation. With each incremental alpha release, we’ve iteratively updated the docs. Most recently, we published content for InfluxDB Cloud 2.0. Since the initial 2.0 alpha release, the 2.0 documentation source code has been kept in a private GitHub repository.
The third quarter of 2019 can be summed up by Influx’s focus on innovation and community. We certainly didn’t take the summer off and there’s a lot to be proud of. Here is a recap of company highlights.
The term 'visually complete' refers to the point in time when a web browser has finished rendering viewable content in the viewport (as opposed to the entire page). Here's how to measure this key metric in production environments.
Part of choosing a new website monitoring system should always include trying it out to make sure it’s the best solution for you. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide. We want you to understand what Uptime.com can do for you and how to test it before becoming a paying customer. Your Uptime.com free trial lasts for 21 days, and we’re here to show you how to make the most of it.
In this blog post, I will show you an easy way to use your InfluxDB Cloud account plus a Docker container from my Docker Hub account to easily keep an eye on a set of GitHub repositories using the Template feature built into the new version of InfluxDB Cloud.
OpenTelemetry is an open-source observability framework for generating, capturing, and collecting telemetry data for cloud-native software. In the previous posts in this series, I discussed what observability is, as it relates to OpenTelemetry, and what tracing is. Today, I’d like to cover the second major area of the OpenTelemetry API: metrics.