Introducing InfluxDB Enterprise
To get up and running with InfluxDB Enterprise, complete the following tasks:
Getting started with InfluxDB Enterprise
Now that you successfully installed and set up InfluxDB Enterprise, use Chronograf to setup your cluster as a data source. More details on leveraging Chronograf and getting started are available. Where to from here? Check out the Features section to see all that InfluxDB Enterprise can do.
InfluxDB Enterprise downloads
Please visit InfluxPortal to get a license key and download URLs. Also see the Installation documentation to access the downloads. You must have a valid license to run a cluster. InfluxPortal offers 14-day Demo licenses on sign-up.
Requirements for InfluxDB Enterprise clusters For an overview of the architecture and concepts in an InfluxDB Enterprise Cluster, review Clustering Guide. For clusters using a license key and not a license file, all nodes must be able to contact portal.influxdata.com via port 80 or port 443. Nodes that go more than four hours without connectivity to the Portal may experience license issues. Frequently Overlooked Requirements The following are the most frequently overlooked requirements when installing a cluster.
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Support and feedback
Thank you for being part of our community! We welcome and encourage your feedback and bug reports for InfluxDB and this documentation. To find support, use the following resources:
InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB Enterprise customers can contact InfluxData Support.