Migrate to an account in a new region
The following guide provides instructions on migrating data and resources from an existing InfluxDB Cloud account to a new InfluxDB account in another InfluxDB Cloud region.
Create a new account in a new region
InfluxDB organizations are bound to a specific cloud provider and region. Create a new InfluxDB Cloud account in the region you want to migrate to.
If you want to migrate data from your current InfluxDB Cloud account to your new destination InfluxDB Cloud account, there is documentation available that walks through the migration. The specific process varies depending on whether your destination account is powered by our current database engine, Time-Structured Merge Tree (TSM) or our new database engine, InfluxDB v3.
To benefit from the InfluxDB v3 storage engine’s unlimited cardinality and support for SQL, migrate your data to InfluxDB Cloud Serverless.
To see which storage engine your organization uses, find the InfluxDB Cloud powered by link in your InfluxDB Cloud organization homepage version information. If your organization is using TSM, you’ll see TSM followed by the version number. If Serverless, you’ll see InfluxDB Cloud Serverless followed by the version number.
Dual write into both organizations
Depending on the duration of your retention policy for storing data it may be easier to temporarily dual write into both the source and destination accounts for an overlapping period until the destination account holds all desired data.
Resources include, but are not limited to the following:
- notification rules
If you have resources that you want to migrate to your destination account (rather than recreating these resources in the destination account) you can do the following:
# Create your source connection configuration and set it to active $ influx config create \ --config-name source \ --host-url https://cloud2.influxdata.com \ --org <your-source-org> \ --token <your-source-auth-token> \ --active # Create your destination connection configuration $ influx config create \ --config-name destination \ --host-url https://cloud2.influxdata.com \ --org <your-destination-org> \ --token <your-destination-auth-token>
influx export all
influx configcommand to switch to your destination connection configuration. Provide the name of the configuration to switch to:
influx config destination
influx template applycommand to apply the exported InfluxDB template created in the previous step to your destination account:
influx apply --file path/to/template.json
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