An Overview Of Today’s Data And Event Ecosystem

John Hammink walks us through a laundry list of tools in the modern data platform:

InfluxDB

The rapid instrumentation of the physical world due to IoT and data-collecting applications has led to an explosion of time-stamped data. Time series databases serve this evolving niche, and among them, InfluxDB is emerging as a major player. InfluxDB, like others, can handle complex logic or business rules atop massive — and fast-growing — data sets, and InfluxDB adds the advantage of a range of ingestion methods, as well as the ability to append tags to different data points. Aiven also provides a managed version, Aiven InfluxDB.

Even with this list, there are still plenty more, including some of my favorites. H/T DZone

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