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InfluxDB Tutorial - Complete Guide to getting started with InfluxDB


👨‍💻 Join our Discord Community of DevOps Engineers: 🤍 🛍️ Amazon Store (homelab/youtube setup): 🤍 ☕ Buy me a coffee: 🤍 📁 Commands: 🤍 📘 Chapters: 0:00 What is InfluxDB 0:55 InfluxDB installation and connecting to InfluxDB 2:00 InfluxDB Database commands 3:02 Measurement Commands 5:05 Advanced Measurement Commands

Flux query language and Influxdb basics


In order to understand some of my future videos coming, I wanted to lay the basics of InfluxDB and Flux query language. I go into how Flux 2.x differs from 1.x and also traditional SQL, what the data structure looks like and how to build simple queries in Flux. Wiki documentation on Influx setup: 🤍 My video on the new server build: 🤍 Influxdb, Telegraf and Grafana setup: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:43 1.x and 2.x, databases, buckets and retention policies 5:45 Measurements, tag and fields 11:16 Time window and aggregation period 13:22 How data is filtered 20:48 Flux query language 37:10 Outro

InfluxDB Commands and sending Data to it from Node Red


showing how to use influxdb and using its commands to manage it and sending data from Node Red to Influxdb Using influx DB on Raspberry Pi 3

InfuxDB: Overview, Key Concepts and Demo | Getting Started


Quick getting started guide to InfluxDB. The video will provide an overview of InfluxDB, then cover some of the key concepts in InfluxDB(measurements, tag, field, shard etc) followed by demos covering InfluxQL using influx cli tool as well as visualising the data using Grafana Agenda: Overview Key Concepts Demo: Using InfuxQL Demo: Visualising Influxdb data with Grafana - Docker commands: docker run -d -e INFLUXDB_ADMIN_USER:admin -e INFLUXDB_ADMIN_PASSWORD:admin name influxdb influxdb docker exec -it influxdb influx -host localhost -port 8086 -username admin -password admin

02 Real Time Monitoring - Influx CLI -Begin with Database


Start with InfluxDB CLI.

01 Real Time Monitoring: Set Up Influx DB on Windows


End to end steps to setup Influxdb on windows.Part of Influxdb & Grafana playlist!

How to Install & Use Grafana with InfluxDB Flux Commands (64Bit)


Grafana is a powerful open source dashboard UI. It can work in the cloud or on an edge device. This video shows how to install Grafana on a Raspberry Pi 4 64bit OS. We then connect Grafana to our InfluxDB data base that is gathering data from Node Red. InfluxDB V2.0 uses new Flux queries and I have found a very simple method for copying these from InfluxDB to Grafana For more assistance and Linux commands please visit. 🤍 Video Content 0:00 Overview of installtion steps 0:55 Install latest release 3:35 Update and install Grafana 4:13 Start Grafana 5:29 Conenct Grafana to InfluxDB 2.0 data source 8:05 Genetare API token 10:16 Using Flux commands for generate dashboads (Simplified) 11:54 produce trend using Flux commands 14:15 New Query for guages

InfluxDB Tutorial - Installation of InfluxDB & Basic Database related commands - Part1


1. Installation steps for InfluxDB on windows 2. Basic Commands to create Database, List down created databases, using databases 3. Creation of measurement (tables), 4. Accessing InfluxDB table data

InfluxDB: Basic Commands


This video demonstrates basic commands used in InfluxDB. The video is prepared by Ishant (11912041), Narendra (11912042), Satyam (11912043) and Praneet (11912045) B Tech (Computer Engineering) 8th semester students as part of their Big Data analytics lab class.

InfluxDB 2.0 - Complete Guide to Getting Started with InfluxDB 2


Learn how to install and setup influxDB 2.0. In this video I show you how to install influxDB and setup your first dashboard using influxDBs web GUI + Telegraf. No Grafana required! My previous video on InfluxDB: 🤍 ☁️ Vultr Hosting - $100 (limited time): 🤍 🍺 Buy me a Beer: 🤍 👨‍💻 Join our Discord Community of DevOps Engineers: 🤍 Commands/Code: 🤍 📘 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:20 Server Setup (Skip this if you already have a server) 2:54 InfluxDB installation 9:05 Connecting to InfluxDB Web Interface 11:46 Creating our first Dashboard with InfluxDB + Telegraf

[Training] Getting Started with the InfluxDB CLI and Configuration Options


In this session you’ll get detailed instructions plus tricks and tips on how to level up your InfluxDB CLI skills, plus explore the obvious and not so obvious configuration options of InfluxDB. Recorded on March 10, 2016. Visit 🤍 to view our entire catalog of free live and on-demand training courses about InfluxDB, Telegraf, Flux and more.

InfluxDB Line Protocol


Line protocol is the data model used by InfluxDB. This video explains the different components of line protocol and how to map your raw data into line protocol format. Line Protocol documentation: 🤍 Sign up for InfluxDB: 🤍

Influxdb Docker Tutorial 📒⚙| Influxdb Tutorial For Beginners | Influxdb Getting Started 👍


#docker, #influxdb, #tutorial Hello Friends, Welcome back to my channel.📣 In this tutorial we are going to see how to setup Influxdb in docker. As part of this tutorial we will also see how to connect to Influxdb from container and import some data in to the database.This tutorial will be a preparation for integrating influxdb with Grafana. - How to setup MySQl database in docker: 🤍 - How to setup Postgresql on docker: 🤍 - How to setup Mongodb on docker: 🤍 - - Commands for influxdb container creation: docker run -d name influxdb -p 8086:8086 -e INFLUXDB_ADMIN_USER=admin -e INFLUXDB_ADMIN_PASSWORD=admin123 -v influxdbdata:/var/lib/influxdb influxdb - Commands to manage the database: influx show databases; create database databasename use database dbname show measurements INSERT cpu,host=serverA value=1 INSERT cpu,host=serverA value=2 = Follow me 🤍: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music credit: "Royalty Free Music from Bensound"

InfluxDB: Pivots in Flux


Note: Flux language is now in maintenance mode. This Flux content pertains to users on InfluxDB 1.x/2.x only. For InfluxDB 3.0 users, or those looking to future-proof their code and/or migrate to InfluxDB 3.0, we recommend using InfluxQL for your querying needs. Pivot is a common Flux function. Here, Scott Anderson explains how to use the pivot function, and walks through a couple examples. He also discusses the difference between pivot and join functions, and when to use each. Joins in Flux: 🤍 Sign up for InfluxDB: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: As of January 31, 2023, some or all of the topics covered in this video pertain to a legacy version of InfluxDB. Visit 🤍 for information on the latest version of InfluxDB.

Intro to InfluxDB 3.0


We took the leading time series database and rebuilt it from the ground-up to make it better than ever. InfluxDB 3.0 delivers new features and capabilities, significant performance improvements, and native SQL support to expand and extend time series use cases that rely on high-cardinality time series data for observability, real-time analytics, and IoT/IIoT/Operations Technology. Try InfluxDB 3.0: 🤍

[Training] InfluxDB Performance Tuning and Schema Design


In this discussion, Gunnar Aasen from the InfluxData Support and Services team will cover best practices for tuning queries plus strategies for effective schema design At the end of this video, you will be able to: - Describe the InfluxDB data model - Understand the major tradeoffs in schema design - Apply best practices when designing schemas for InfluxDB - Understand how to tune InfluxDB’s performance - Determine hardware requirements for a new InfluxDB project View our general guideline to follow and pitfalls to avoid when designing your schema: 🤍 Want your schema to reflect your uniqueness? Get our free 14-day trial now! 🤍 best practices, queries, schema design Visit 🤍 to view our entire catalog of free live and on-demand training courses about InfluxDB, Telegraf, Flux and more.

What is InfluxDB and Why Use It?


Start learning cybersecurity with CBT Nuggets. 🤍 CBT Nuggets trainer Trevor Sullivan explains InfluxDB and how you can use it to store time-series data. When talking about data storage, it's important to recognize different database platforms that exist for different types of data you're storing. For example there's the highly relational data seen in graph database engines that rely on nodes and relationships between those nodes. Also, there are relational databases that rely on tables and rows. There are also NoSQL databases — these basically use a table to contain self-describing documents. InfluxDB is a database engine all its own — it's an open source time-series database engine. Time-series database engines are ideal for graphing data over a period of time. There are various use cases for time-series data, but an administrator or engineer might be particularly interested in how it can help store systems metrics information. Watch as Trevor explains when InfluxDB is the right database resource for you. 📁 Download the Ultimate Sysadmin Cert Guide: 🤍 ⬇️ 4-Week Study Plan: MD-100 & MD-101: 🤍 Start learning with CBT Nuggets: • Describe Network Switch Functions and How to Locate Network Devices | 🤍 Not a CBT Nuggets subscriber? Start your free week: 🤍 - Connect with CBT Nuggets for the latest in IT training: • Twitter - 🤍 • Facebook - 🤍 • Instagram - 🤍 • LinkedIn - 🤍 #influxdb #database #cybersecuritytraining #ittraining #cbtnuggets

Integrating Prometheus and InfluxDB - Paul Dix, InfluxData (Intermediate Skill Level)


Want to view more sessions and keep the conversations going? Join us for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America in Seattle, December 11 - 13, 2018 (🤍 or in Shanghai, November 14-15 (🤍 Integrating Prometheus and InfluxDB - Paul Dix, InfluxData (Intermediate Skill Level) Many Prometheus users would like a long term store of record for their data. InfluxDB can fill this role with recent additions to add support for Prometheus standards and protocols. This talk will show how InfluxDB supports the pull and Prometheus metrics formats. We'll look at Prometheus' remote/read and write interfaces and how those can be used to integrate with InfluxDB. Finally, we'll dig into InfluxDB's new open source query engine, which will allow Prometheus users to perform federated queries against any number of Prometheus and InfluxDB servers. This talk will also show how other monitoring projects can adopt the Prometheus standards to play in the larger ecosystem to give developers more tools for their Kubernetes and application monitoring needs. "About Paul Paul is the creator of InfluxDB. He has helped build software for startups, large companies and organizations like Microsoft, Google, McAfee, Thomson Reuters, and Air Force Space Command. He is the series editor for Addison Wesley’s Data & Analytics book and video series. In 2010 Paul wrote the book Service Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails for Addison Wesley’s. In 2009 he started the NYC Machine Learning Meetup, which now has over 7,000 members. Paul holds a degree in computer science from Columbia University." Join us for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Barcelona May 20 - 23, Shanghai June 24 - 26, and San Diego November 18 - 21! Learn more at 🤍. The conference features presentations from developers and end users of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy and all of the other CNCF-hosted projects.

5 Minutes to Awesome: Creating an InfluxDB Template


Turn your InfluxDB dashboard into a reusable InfluxDB Template in under 5 minutes. Subscribe to our channel today to learn more about InfluxDB, and how to use it! Sign up for InfluxDB Cloud: 🤍 Download Telegraf: 🤍

InfluxDB Tutorial - Backup & Restore Database


How to take backup of any influxdb database & restore. In real time there is frequent need to take backup & restore databases... Incidence.event in which Backup & restore database will be needed & those are as follows - 1. Server migration 2. Influxdb Version upgrade 3. Database crahsed 4. Scheduled/unscheduled Backup & Restore Mechanism

InfluxDB 2.1, Grafana and Telegraf install


This is my second video on setting up my new home automation server, and I am still installing components, this time InfluxDB 2.1, Grafana and Telegraf. I wanted to talk about it, because there are a few curve balls when it comes to using InfluxDB 2.x. Everything I talk about in this video is documented here: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 2:01 Why not Docker? 3:13 Installing InfluxDB 2.x 5:27 Influx 1.x vs 2.x in high level 9:50 Installing Telegraf 15:40 Installing Grafana 18:00 Flux connection in Grafana 20:33 InfluxQL connection in Grafana 26:30 Adding Telegraf dashboard in Grafana 28:16 Closing comments

Open Source Historian: Grafana & InfluxDB


Demonstrates how to setup an open source historian to view process data using easy to install docker images. Shows how Modbus TCP data is inserted with NodeRED and how a WAGO PFC can log data using simple the curl http POST api. Here are some of the commands used: sudo docker network create -d bridge wago curl -sSL 🤍 | sh sudo usermod -aG docker pi sudo docker volume create grafana-storage docker run -d -p 3000:3000 network="wago" name=grafana -v grafana-storage:/var/lib/grafana grafana/grafana sudo docker run -p 8086:8086 -v influxdb:/var/lib/influxdb influxdb sudo docker run -d -p 8086:8086 name=influxdb network="wago" -v /home/pi/influxdb.conf:/etc/influxdb/ curl data-urlencode 'q=CREATE DATABASE "mydb"' curl -i -XPOST "" data-binary 'myvar,mytag=1 myfield=90 1549412796' curl -G '' data-urlencode 'q=SELECT * FROM "myvar"' Parts used: WAGO 750-352 Ethernet Coupler ModbusTCP 750-1506 8ch DI/DO 24VDC Module 750-461 RTD Module 750-600 End Module 787-1602 24VDC 1A PS 789-801 DIN push button 750-8202 PFC200 Controller 750-1506 8ch DI/DO module 750-600 End Module - Raspberry Pi 3b + DIN Rail mount: 🤍 If hosting all containers on the WAGO Controller here are alternative commands; (Install NodeRED) docker volume create name node_red_user_data docker run restart unless-stopped -d name node-red network=host -v node_red_user_data:/data nodered/node-red (Install Grafana) docker volume create grafana-storage docker run -d name=grafana network=host restart unless-stopped -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime grafana/grafana (Install InfluxDB) docker run -d name=influxdb network=host restart unless-stopped influxdb

JMeter InfluxDB 2.0 Grafana Integration | APM | Real Time Metric | Analytics @Performance Testing


JMeter InfluxDB Grafana Integration | APM tool | Real-Time Performance Metric | Analytics Monitoring 🤍Performance Testing Links for reference:- http://localhost:3000/ http://localhost:8086/ 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 http://localhost:8088/ 🤍 🤍 Happy Testing :) | Learn2Enjoy | 🤍Performance Testing Like & Subscribe

InfluxDB and Grafana: Installation and setup


Commands to install InfluxDB: Sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade #First, let's configure the package sources. curl -sL 🤍 | sudo apt-key add - source /etc/lsb-release echo "deb 🤍 ${DISTRIB_CODENAME} stable" |sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/influxdb.list sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install influxdb sudo service influxdb start #sudo apt install net-tools sudo netstat -plnt influx CREATE DATABASE TESTDB SHOW DATABASES exit while true; do curl -i -XPOST 'http://localhost:8086/write?db=TESTDB' data-binary "cpu,host=testserver value=`cat /proc/loadavg | cut -f1 -d' '`"; sleep 5; done influx use TESTDB SELECT * from cpu Commands to install grafana: #Configure package sources for grafana  #for stable version sudo apt-get install -y gnupg2 curl curl 🤍 | sudo apt-key add - sudo add-apt-repository "deb 🤍 stable main" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -y install grafana sudo service grafana-server start sudo netstat -plnt Go to this url on browser: http://localhost:3000/ Default credentials for Grafana: user:admin password:admin Grafana setup for Grafana: Name: TESTDB Type: InfluxDB 0.9.x Url: http://localhost:8086/ Database: TESTDB User: admin Password: admin

InfluxDB installation on windows


InfluxDB installation on windows

Get started with InfluxDB and Python on Linux


This video gets you started on InfluxDB basics and using the InfluxDB time-series DB from Python. In the video, we start by installing InfluxDB on Debian 10 or Ubuntu. After explaining basic concepts like fields, tags, points, series,... we will create a database, user start with writing and reading data to InfluxDB using the influx client and Python scripts. All info discussed and shown in the video can be found well-documented on my blog,, as well. For this video: 🤍

Configuring Influxdb, Telegraf and Grafana to collect Windows Metrics


Using standard commands and off the shelf components, I'm able to start creating a dashboard using Influxdb data in Grafana collected by Telegraf from windows in under 15 minutes. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍

Getting Started Demo: Monitoring with a Time Series Database on InfluxDB Cloud 2.0


Creating and managing time series databases, as well as databases in general, is still often seen as something that is notoriously difficult and complex to do. But InfluxData does not see it that way — indeed, in this demo, Chris Churilo, director of product marketing for InfluxData, shows how you can get started setting up the newly released InfluxDB Cloud 2.0, the first serverless time-series Platform as a Service (PaaS), in literally just a few clicks.

S5E7 Learn JMeter Series - InfluxDB and Grafana Integration


This video features #InfluxDB and #Grafana Integration with #JMeter. Reference Articles: 1. 🤍 2. 🤍 3. 🤍 ➡️ Join QAInsights Community at 🤍 ➡️ Buy me a tea 🍵 🤍 ➡️ Get Certified in CKAD 🤍 ➡️ Get Certified in CKA 🤍 ➡️ My preferred DNS is NextDNS 🤍 ➡️ Learn Linux 🤍 ➡️ Get performance testing jobs real quick using Indeed → 🤍 ➡️ Hostinger Web Hosting → 🤍 ➡️ My Productivity Tools → 🤍 ➡️ App Sumo for your business → 🤍 ➡️ Amazon → 🤍 ➡️ TubeBuddy → 🤍 ➡️ LoadRunner Playlist 🤍 ➡️ My first Udemy course entitled `Performance Testing using DevWeb` has been published. ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ Subscribe at my blog 🤍

Intro to Flux Functions


Note: Flux language is now in maintenance mode. This Flux content pertains to users on InfluxDB 1.x/2.x only. For InfluxDB 3.0 users, or those looking to future-proof their code and/or migrate to InfluxDB 3.0, we recommend using InfluxQL for your querying needs. Functions are the building blocks of the Flux scripting language. Here, Scott Anderson describes what Flux functions are, how they work, and how to use them. Sign up for InfluxDB: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: As of January 31, 2023, some or all of the topics covered in this video pertain to a legacy version of InfluxDB. Visit 🤍 for information on the latest version of InfluxDB.

Intro to Time Series Databases & Data | Getting Started [1 of 7]


In this webinar, Michael DeSa will define what time series data is (and isn't), how the problem domain time series differs from more traditional data workloads like full-text search, and examine how InfluxData is differentiated from other proposed solutions. Read more about the components, guides, concepts, and tools that make up our InfluxDB: 🤍 In this video, you will learn: - What is time series data - Differences between time-series databases (TSDBs) - InfluxDB data model

Michael Desa [InfluxData] | InfluxDB 101 – Concepts and Architecture | InfluxDays London 2019


Complete introduction to time series, the components of InfluxDB, how to get started, and how to think of your metrics problems with the InfluxDB platform in mind. What is a tag, and what is a value? Come and find out!

Linking Grafana to InfluxDB V2.0


The short and sweet video shows how to connect Grafana Enterprise to InfluxDb v2.0 on an edge device in this example we are using a Raspberry Pi 4, with 64Bit OS. You may need to use the pause function to follow this for the first time.

#255 Node-Red, InfluxDB, and Grafana Tutorial on a Raspberry Pi


Grafana, InfluxDB, and Node-Red on a Raspberry Pi form a dream team for visualization of IOT data. The setup is not easy, but this is what we will do together. Today - We will install everything necessary on a Raspberry Pi using Peter Scargill's newest script - We will compare time-series databases like InfluxDB with SQL databases and see their advantages for IOT - We will create an influxDB database and connect it to a Node-Red flow to read data of my weather station - We will create a Grafana data source to get access to the InfluxDB database - We will develop a dashboard with several panels showing the different weather data - We will see the power of a time-series database combined with Grafana - And in the end, you can download a ready-made SD card for your Raspberry Links: SD card image with Node-Red, InfluxDB, Grafana: 🤍 Node-REd example Flow: 🤍 Peter's Script: 🤍 Raspbian installation: 🤍 Grafana videos: 🤍 Samsung SD cards: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 3+: 🤍 #NodeRed, #InfluxDB, #Grafana, #RaspberryPi Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Alternative: 🤍 My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job

Monitor Your MQTT Devices in InfluxDB Cloud with Telegraf


This demonstration walks you through how to monitor The Things Network with InfluxDB Cloud via MQTT. Learn how to configure your MQTT Telegraf input plugin to read data from The Things Network and to send it to InfluxDB Cloud. Speaker: Samantha Wang, Product Manager Sign up for InfluxDB Cloud: 🤍 Download Telegraf: 🤍 Telegraf MQTT Consumer Input Plugin: 🤍 The Things Network: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: As of January 31, 2023, some or all of the topics covered in this video pertain to a legacy version of InfluxDB. Visit 🤍 for information on the latest version of InfluxDB.

Raspberry Pi IoT Server Tutorial: InfluxDB, MQTT, Grafana, Node-RED & Docker


This tutorial will create an internet of things server on your Raspberry Pi. This server will use Mosquitto MQTT, InfluxDB, Node-RED, Graphana in docker containers. We will use the helpful IoTStack tool which will configure our docker containers for us. This tutorial will allow you to collect any kind of sensor data you like, send it over your network to this raspberry pi server and visualise it on a Grafana dashboard. This system consists of a series of sensor nodes that send sensor data in a JSON message over the network to a Raspberry Pi via MQTT. MQTT is a network protocol where a client pushes data to a broker, such as mosquitto, and the broker pushes that data to any client that has subscribed to that topic. A topic categorises the data that is sent. Any client that is subscribed to home slash sensor will be forwarded this MQTT message. NodeRED will subscribe to this topic, interpret the json message data and then send the data to a database to be stored and used. InfluxDB will store all the sensor data. Then a Graphana front end will query the database in order to display the data we want to see and do a whole host of other things. The written version of this tutorial and the code used is available here: 🤍 See other Raspberry Pi Tutorials here: 🤍 Timestamps 00:00 What this server will do 00:30 How will it do it? 02:16 Docker 03:59 IoTStack 06:46 InfluxDB Database 07:25 Node-RED Setup 10:15 Grafana Setup 11:58 Conclusion You can find more embedded systems tutorials and projects on our website 🤍 Equipment we use regularly The following links are affiliate links where I may make a small percentage on qualifying sales through these links. Use the respective UK or US links listed. Budget Soldering Iron: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Breadboards: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Jumper Cables: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Camera: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Lens: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Tripod: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 All videos and tutorials on this channel and mentioned websites are for educational purposes only.

Home Assistant: InfluxDB | manual import from CSV file


It works! Quick easy way to manually import a set of data into InfluxDB within Home Assistant.

Prescient: How to use InfluxDB 2.0 with Node RED | 5-minute tutorial


➤ How to scale Node-RED to enterprise-class IoT applications: 🤍 ➤ In this tutorial, we will guide you through how to use InfluxDB with Node-RED. You can also download this JSON flow used here: 🤍 ➤ Useful Links InfluxDB Cloud: 🤍 Flux Guide: 🤍 Node-RED: 🤍 Influx 1.8 video: 🤍

InfluxDB: Joins in Flux


Note: Flux language is now in maintenance mode. This Flux content pertains to users on InfluxDB 1.x/2.x only. For InfluxDB 3.0 users, or those looking to future-proof their code and/or migrate to InfluxDB 3.0, we recommend using InfluxQL for your querying needs. Joins are a commonly used function in the Flux language. Here, Scott Anderson discusses how to use the join function in Flux and InfluxDB and provides some guidance for when to use joins as opposed to pivots. Pivots in Flux: 🤍 Sign up for InfluxDB: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: As of January 31, 2023, some or all of the topics covered in this video pertain to a legacy version of InfluxDB. Visit 🤍 for information on the latest version of InfluxDB.

[Training] Getting Started with Continuous Queries and Retention Policies


In this session, you will get an overview of how continuous queries work, use cases for when to use them and how to effectively manage your data using retention policies. In this video, you will learn: - Explain what a continuous query is and what they are used for - Creating continuous queries - Describe what a retention policy is and its relation to databases and series - Creating retention policies - Combining retention policies and continuous queries in novel ways to manage their data’s lifecycle View our documentation on an introduction to continuous queries: 🤍 Visit 🤍 to view our entire catalog of free live and on-demand training courses about InfluxDB, Telegraf, Flux and more.

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