InfluxDB tools and integrations
InfluxDB OSS lets you automatically generate Telegraf configurations or upload custom Telegraf configurations that collect metrics and write them to InfluxDB OSS.
Use notebooks to build and annotate processes and data flows for time series data.
InfluxDB templates are prepackaged InfluxDB configurations that contain everything from dashboards and Telegraf configurations to notifications and alerts.
influxd command line interfaces to interact with and manage InfluxDB.
Use the Flux REPL (Read–Eval–Print Loop) to execute Flux scripts and interact with InfluxDB and other data sources.
Use the InfluxQL interactive shell to execute InfluxQL queries and interact with InfluxDB.
The Flux Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extension provides Flux syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and a direct InfluxDB OSS server integration that lets you run Flux scripts natively and show results in VS Code.
Use the Flux LSP with Vim to add auto-completion, syntax checking, and other language-specific features to your editor.
Use Grafana to visualize data from your InfluxDB instance.
Chronograf is a data visualization and dashboarding tool designed to visualize data in InfluxDB 1.x. It is part of the TICKstack that provides an InfluxQL data explorer, Kapacitor integrations, and more. Continue to use Chronograf with InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB OSS 2.x and the 1.x compatibility API.
Kapacitor is a data processing framework that makes it easy to create alerts, run ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) jobs and detect anomalies. Use Kapacitor with InfluxDB OSS 2.x.
Use Postman, a popular tool for exploring APIs, to interact with the InfluxDB API.
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