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InfluxData Wins 2018 DEVIES Award from DeveloperWeek
InfluxData Wins 2018 DEVIES Award from DeveloperWeek
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InfluxData Wins 2018 DEVIES Award from DeveloperWeek for IoT Data Time Series Platform -- InfluxEnterprise Recognized from Hundreds of Nominations for Being Highly Regarded by the Developer Community, Being a Leader in Innovation, and for Attracting Press Attention

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18, 2018 -- InfluxData, the Modern Open Source Platform built specifically for metrics, events and other time series data that empowers developers to build next-generation monitoring, analytics and IoT applications, today announced that its InfluxEnterprise Time series platform has received a 2018 DEVIES Award from DeveloperWeek. The 2018 DEVIES will be presented at the world’s largest DevTech awards event, taking place during DeveloperWeek 2018 Feb. 3-7 at the Oakland Convention Center.

Selected from hundreds of nominations, InfluxEnterprise was recognized as the winner in the IoT/Software (dev product) awards category. It is the leading time series platform that has been designed from the ground up to handle metrics and events and other time series data, including streaming analytics from IoT devices and sensors. The platform supports the collection, storage, monitoring, analytics, and alerting of time series data. InfluxEnterprise enables organizations to gain real-time insights, accelerate decision-making, perform automated tasks, and create value by enabling organizations to become data-driven.

“Developers are becoming key influencers in their companies, because what technologies they use will matter more and more to their business’s operations,” said Geoff Domoracki, Founder of DeveloperWeek. “InfluxData is a great example of a new era of technologies that is empowering developers to have a greater impact on products and IT.”

With DeveloperWeek 2018 being the world’s largest developer trade show attracting more than 8,000 attendees, the 2018 DEVIES will be the definitive award night for the DevTech industry. The DeveloperWeek advisory board selected winning products based on three criteria: Developer technologies that are well-regarded by the developer community, are leaders in their sector for innovativeness, and have attracted press/attention. The DeveloperWeek advisory board will recognize category winners across more than 30 DevTech categories.

“The DEVIES recognize the leading companies at the world’s largest DevTech awards event, and we are pleased to be honored at the upcoming DeveloperWeek 2018,” said Mark Herring, InfluxData CMO. “InfluxEnterprise is a modern IoT Data Platform which delivers a comprehensive set of tools and services optimized for IoT data that meet the business requirements of monitoring, analytics, and control. Customers turn to InfluxData to be an integral part of their IoT architecture with our IoT Data Platform.”

InfluxData delivers a Modern IoT Data Platform built from the ground up to support organizations looking to best leverage the wealth of IoT data delivered from their devices and sensors to provide an advantage for their customers. IoT data is unique in that sensors deliver time stamped or time series data to measure change over time, the data is streamed relentlessly from sensors, and sensors capture and emit data in real time. With InfluxData, companies always have a direct view into the state of each of their devices and sensors so changes can be made to keep services running efficiently.

InfluxData has rapidly built its developer and customer base across industries -- including manufacturing, financial services, energy, and telecommunications -- by delivering the fastest growing Open Source Platform that enables customers to derive better business insights, data-driven real-time actions, and a consolidated single view of their entire infrastructure -- from applications to microservices, and from systems to sensors. More than 350 customers, including Cisco Systems, Coupa Software, IBM, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Nordstrom, and Tesla, have selected InfluxData as their modern data platform for metrics and events. InfluxData is pioneering the shift to time series in a modern metrics and events platform, and is making it possible for customers to become data-driven and take on digital transformation initiatives.

About InfluxData

InfluxData, the creator of InfluxDB, delivers a modern Open Source Platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. Whether the data comes from humans, sensors, or machines, InfluxData empowers developers to build next-generation monitoring, analytics, and IoT applications faster, easier, and to scale delivering real business value quickly. Based in San Francisco, InfluxData’s more than 350 customers include Cisco, eBay, IBM and Siemens. Visit https://www.influxdata.com/. Twitter: @influxdb.

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