InfluxData's Times Series Query Language, Exoscale's Container Stack 2019

Episode 57 · January 11th, 2019 · 37 mins 6 secs

About this Episode

This week on The New Stack Context, our weekly news wrapup podcast, we spoke Paul Dix, founder and chief technology officer of InfluxData, about why time series databases are needed now.

The New Stack sponsor InfluxData launched InfluxDB, an open source time series platform, in 2013. Since then, the software has had millions of downloads, built an expanding list of enterprise customers, and fostered a growing community. InfluxData CMO Mark Herring writes on The New Stack this week that most data is best understood in a time dimension, so the time series space is really just getting started. Paul spoke with us about why this is the case, and also shared some info about the company's new query language for time series data, called Flux, as well.

In the second half of the show, we’ll review our top stories for the week and discuss Exoscale's Container Stack, a conference all about doing DevOps with Kubernetes which will be held in Zurich on Jan. 30-31.