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Why Build a Time Series Data Platform?
by Paul Dix (guest author), 20 July 2017
Tags: InfluxDB, Time Series DMBS

In the middle of the big data hype cycle, before IoT was on the top of everyone’s buzz list, before Cloud Native was common lingo and before large enterprises were starting the work to de-silo their infrastructure monitoring and metrics data, Paul Dix, Founder of InfluxData, began building a purpose-built Time Series Platform. Flash forward to today, time series is now the fastest growing database segment, and the market is clearly moving beyond the re-purposed Cassandra and Hbase implementations that defined the segment at that time. The following post is a firsthand account from Paul Dix outlining the problems he witnessed and why he built a modern Time Series Platform.

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Emerging and fading trends in database management systems
by Paul Andlinger, 4 October 2016
Tags: DBaaS, Graph DBMS, Open source DBMS, Relational DBMS, Time Series DMBS

Articles on database technologies are jammed with buzzwords and prophecies of new trends, just like any other technology. We use the collected data of our DB-Engines Ranking to have a look at some of these trends.

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Time Series DBMS are the database category with the fastest increase in popularity
by Matthias Gelbmann, 4 July 2016
Tags: Graphite, InfluxDB, Kdb+, OpenTSDB, RRDtool, Time Series DMBS

In a world that is collecting more and more data every day, Time Series DBMS seem to be perceived as particularly useful to deal with the data streams in an increasing number of application scenarios.

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Time Series DBMS as a new trend?
by Paul Andlinger, 1 June 2015
Tags: Graphite, InfluxDB, RRDtool, Time Series DMBS

With the current ranking, we introduced the new category Time Series DBMS and added 15 systems of that kind to our ranking.

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