Flux Language is the shiny new query language that comes with InfluxDB 2.0. Since it is “the future”, and the OSS (free) version of InfluxDB 2.0 is not getting the old query language support in (at least) the first few versions, I’ve been using Flux Language for some new projects. Meanwhile, the (functional) documentation for both the Flux Language and its support in Grafana does not exist yet. In this post, I’d like to give some examples to quickly address common data processing needs, for both server monitoring and simple BI usages.
Today I’m starting an English version of my blog, on the purpose of translating some of my discoveries and configuration stanzas into English so more people on the random Internet can find it.