Wednesday 11th November, 2015
2:45pm to 3:30pm
Maintaining a healthy data center and high availability of the services running within requires constant monitoring. It also requires monitoring that can scale and adapt quickly as a data center grows or new services are added. Collecting, storing, and analyzing metrics data at data center-scale poses significant challenges. This talk will discuss InfluxDB, an open source scalable time series database, which simplifies this task. We'll look at several options for collection, including Telegraf, InfluxDB plugins, and the InfluxDB API. We'll discuss the InfluxDB data model, built-in functions (derivative, mean, etc.), continuous queries, data retention policies, and clustering. And, we'll discuss options for data visualization.
David Norton is part of the InfluxDB team, developing the core of the database. He started programming on a C64 as a teenager and has worked on projects ranging from circuit design to distributed systems.
InfluxDB Core Engineer
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