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node-influx - 📈 The InfluxDB Client for Node.js and Browsers

  •    TypeScript

For browsers, see the browser setup instructions. Version 3.x.x is compatible with InfluxDB 0.8.x - 3.x will no longer have updates by core contributers, please consider upgrading.

influxdb-ruby - Ruby client for InfluxDB

  •    Ruby

The official Ruby client library for InfluxDB. Maintained by @toddboom and @dmke. Support for InfluxDB v0.8.x is now deprecated. The final version of this library that will support the older InfluxDB interface is v0.1.9, which is available as a gem and tagged on this repository.

cernan - telemetry aggregation and shipping, last up the ladder

  •    Rust

Cernan is a telemetry and logging aggregation server. It exposes multiple interfaces for ingestion and can emit to multiple aggregation sources while doing in-flight manipulation of data. Cernan has minimal CPU and memory requirements and is intended to service bursty telemetry without load shedding. Cernan aims to be reliable and convenient to use, both for application engineers and operations staff. If you'd like to learn more, please do have a look in our wiki.

monitor - Monitoring for Deis Workflow

  •    Smarty

Deis (pronounced DAY-iss) Workflow is an open source Platform as a Service (PaaS) that adds a developer-friendly layer to any Kubernetes cluster, making it easy to deploy and manage applications on your own servers.For more information about the Deis Workflow, please visit the main project page at https://github.com/deis/workflow.

InfluxDB.Net - .NET library for InfluxDB distributed time series database.

  •    CSharp

InfluxDB An open-source distributed time series database with no external dependencies. It is the new home for all of your metrics, events, and analytics.A Portable .NET library to access the REST API of a InfluxDB database.

go-mqti - MQTT subscriber that pumps data into InfluxDB.

  •    Go

MQTT subscriber that pumps data into InfluxDB.

node-metrics-influxdb - InfluxDB backend integration for metrics

  •    Javascript

This module is based on metrics-influxdb by dropwizard. The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

InfluxData.Net - InfluxData TICK stack .net library.

  •    CSharp

NOTE: The library will most probably work just as fine with newer versions of the TICK stack as well but it hasn't been tested against them. InfluxData.Net is a portable .NET library to access the REST API of an InfluxDB database and Kapacitor processing tool.

collectd-influxdb-grafana-docker - simple demo for influxdb and grafana by docker-compose


You can use this repository to try collect system data, store it in influxdb and create graph chart in Grafana. This repository is linked from my medium post, check details here.

ansible-influxdb - Ansible Galaxy InfluxDB Role

  •    Shell

InfluxDB Ansible Galaxy role. Sets up a working InfluxDB server. This role is for versions of InfluxDB >= 1.2.0 and is currently defaulted to 1.2.0. Currenlty clustering is not taken into account for.

go-recipes - Code examples for the book "Go Recipes" by Apress.

  •    Go

Code examples for the book "Go Recipes" by Apress. Check out github.com/shijuvar/gokit for further examples on Go.

kapacitor-unit - Testing framework for Kapacitor TICKscripts

  •    Go

Kapacitor-unit is a testing framework to make TICK scripts testing easy and automated. Testing with Kapacitor-unit is as easy as defining the test configuration saying which alerts are expected to trigger when the TICK script processes specific data. In order for all features to be supported, the Kapacitor version running the tests must be v1.3.4 or higher.

tracker - Track your activities!

  •    Go

Please have a look at the docs for more details. tracker can be installed as an executable. Download the latest compiled binaries and put it anywhere in your executable path.

influent - InfluxDB Javascript driver

  •    Javascript

This is a InfluxDB driver for Javascript apps. It could work both in Node or browser1. Field values may be stored as float64, int64, boolean, or string. All subsequent field values must match the type of the first point written to given measurement.

chef-influxdb - A cookbook for InfluxDB, a time-series database (influxdb.org)

  •    Ruby

Chef cookbook to install and configure InfluxDB. To install InfluxDB and place its configuration file, include the influxdb::default recipe in your node's run_list. The default recipe installs the necessary dependencies to use the custom resources defined in this cookbook.

mikrocount - Mikrotik accounting data aggregation and visualisation

  •    Go

On the computer on which you want Mikrocount to run, create a file named docker-compose.yml, in a directory named mikrocount. Copy the contents of the file docker-compose-example.yml in this repository, and paste them into the newly created docker-compose.yml file.

influxdb-nodejs - Simple influxdb client

  •    Javascript

An InfluxDB Node.js Client. View the ./examples directory for working examples.

influx4mqtt - Insert incoming MQTT values into InfluxDB. Follows mqtt-smarthome architecture.

  •    Javascript

Insert incoming MQTT values into InfluxDB. Removes the mqtt-smarthome status from the topic (e.g. hm/status/lamp gets replaced by hm//lamp). Inserts numeric value only to InfluxDB, booleans are converted to 0.0 respectively 1.0. Strings are ignored.

trace-influxdb - InfluxDB tracing for koa-trace

  •    Javascript

Tracing for koa-trace using influxdb-udp. This will create a time series called trace.start. Thus, it tracks each event as a separate series. You probably want to track the elapsed time.

tsbs - Time Series Benchmark Suite, a tool for comparing and evaluating databases for time series data

  •    Go

This repo contains code for benchmarking several time series databases, including TimescaleDB, MongoDB, InfluxDB, and Cassandra. This code is based on a fork of work initially made public by InfluxDB at https://github.com/influxdata/influxdb-comparisons. Currently, TSBS supports one use case -- dev ops -- in two forms. The full form is used to generate, insert, and measure data from 9 'systems' that could be monitored in a real world dev ops scenario (e.g., CPU, memory, disk, etc). Together, these 9 systems generate 100 metrics per reading interval. The alternate form focuses solely on CPU metrics for a simpler, more streamlined use case. This use case generates 10 CPU metrics per reading.

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