Find important information about what’s included in new versions of InfluxData products.
Concepts related to InfluxDB.
Reference articles for Flux functions and the Flux language specification.
Customize your InfluxDB configuration by using
influxd configuration flags, setting environment variables, or defining configuration options in a configuration file.
The InfluxDB v2 API provides a programmatic interface for interactions with InfluxDB. Access the InfluxDB API using the
InfluxDB provides command line tools designed to aid in managing and working with InfluxDB from the command line.
InfluxDB uses a handful of languages and syntaxes to perform tasks such as writing, querying, processing, and deleting data.
InfluxDB OSS is accessed at
localhost:8086 by default, but you can also customize your InfluxDB host and port.
InfluxDB storage engine An overview of the InfluxDB storage engine architecture.
InfluxDB system buckets InfluxDB system buckets contain time series data used by and generated from the InfluxDB monitoring and alerting system and the task engine.
Use sample data to familiarize yourself with time series data and InfluxDB. InfluxData provides many sample time series datasets to use with InfluxDB and InfluxDB Cloud.
Terms related to InfluxData products and platforms.
Telegraf is a plugin-driven agent that collects, processes, aggregates, and writes metrics. It supports four categories of plugins including input, output, aggregator, and processor. View and search all available Telegraf plugins.