InfluxData Joins Eclipse Foundation and IoT Working Group

SAN FRANCISCO -- Dec. 14, 2017 -- InfluxData, the modern Open Source Platform built specifically for metrics, events and other time series data that empowers developers to build next-generation IoT monitoring and analytics applications, today announced it is now a member of the Eclipse Foundation, one of the leading open source software foundations in the world. InfluxData has also joined the Eclipse IoT Working Group.

Eclipse is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for IoT software platforms, and its IoT Working Group is designed to give industry best practices, deployment frameworks and standards to help IoT projects succeed. InfluxData?EU?s InfluxDB time series database built from the ground up to handle high write and query loads is already at the core of much of the Eclipse IoT platform architecture, helping organizations maximize the RoI of their IoT applications by capturing, understanding and acting on data collected from IoT devices and sensors in real time.

?EU?The Eclipse Foundation is excited to have InfluxData joining, and agreeing to participate in the IoT Working Group,?EU? said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. ?EU?Many of the IoT projects rely on InfluxDB already, so having InfluxData as a member and direct participant in these efforts will only enhance the overall adoption of Eclipse IoT projects.?EU?

For organizations to fully leverage IoT solutions and gain efficiencies promised by IoT data, they need to understand the behavior of their devices and sensors in real time, have the ability to iterate solutions to address any behavior issues of the IoT connected devices, and continue to innovate solutions at lightning speed. Having IoT sensors and getting more data is irrelevant to organizations if this data cannot be used to gain real-time insights, accelerate decision-making, perform automated tasks, and create value by enabling organizations to become...

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