February 13, 2018  |  NEW YORK

We held a number of workshop sessions that were fun and informative.

Installing the TICK Stack and Your First Query

Abstract: At this Workshop, everyone was able to download the TICK Stack, get it up and running, load their first data and produce interesting graphs, alerts and notifications to Slack all by the end of the session.

SpeakerKaty Farmer | InfluxData

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InfluxDB Functional Query Language (IFQL)

Abstract: In this workshop, Paul dug deeper into IFQL, providing everyone with some insight into how he decided to take this path and what this means for the future of your InfluxDB databases.

SpeakerPaul Dix | InfluxData

Chronograf and Dashboarding

Abstract: This hands-on session explored the Chronograf project. Chronograf is the user interface component of the TICK Stack. Everyone learned how to set up Chronograf, build their first set of dashboards, create TICK scripts, set up alerts, and finally how to monitor and manage their InfluxData installation. Finally, a brief overview of how to set up multi-user Chronograf was discussed.

SpeakerMargo Schaedel | InfluxData

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Writing a Telegraf Plugin (Go Required)

Abstract: In this session, Noah provided the steps on how to write your own Telegraf plugin.

SpeakerNoah Crowley | InfluxData

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Writing Queries (InfluxQL and TICK)

Abstract: In this session, Katy helped write first queries using InfluxQL and then shared best practices to help make your queries efficient and fast.

Speaker:  Katy Farmer | InfluxData

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Using InfluxDB for OpenTracing

Abstract: OpenTracing is starting to gain traction with many applications, but what is the right approach to implementing OpenTracing within your app? Chris Goller held a great discussion about how to tackle the use of this technology to find issues that can be solved to keep your applications performant.

Speaker:  Chris Goller | InfluxData

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Architecting InfluxEnterprise for Success

Abstract: In this session, everyone learned how to architect their own InfluxEnterprise clusters to be performant and resilient whether in a single data center or spread across multiple datacenters.

SpeakerEd Bernier | InfluxData

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Advanced Kapacitor

Abstract: Michael DeSa went over some of the advanced topics in Kapacitor such as joins, templated tasks, and debugging your tasks. Prerequisite: Intro To Kapacitor.

Speaker:  Michael DeSa | InfluxData

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Optimizing the TICK Stack 

Abstract: In this session, everyone learned how to tune queries for performance plus strategies for effective schema design.

Speaker:  Dave Patton | InfluxData

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Setting up InfluxData for IoT

Abstract: David walked everyone through a typical data architecture for an IoT device. It was a hands-on workshop about how to gather data from the device, display it on a dashboard and trigger alerts based on thresholds that you set.

Speaker:  David Simmons | InfluxData

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Downsampling Data

Abstract: This session was about downsampling strategies and techniques for your InfluxDB data.

SpeakerMichael DeSa | InfluxData

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A True Story About Database Orchestration

Abstract:  Gianluca shared the architecture of the project, described the criticalities of the infrastructure and how the team strives to make this powerful service secure, fast, and reliable for all customers using InfluxCloud.

Speaker:  Gianluca Arbezzano | InfluxData

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