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How to Choose a Time Series Database — and Get Started Fast


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by influxdata

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
3 p.m. ET
Why do you need a specialized database for time-series data, what should you consider when looking for a time-series database, and how to get started with a minimal amount of time and effort?

These are questions on top of every developer's mind when getting started with time series, and in this webinar, we'll answer them for you. Learn how to make the case to your management for getting yet another database, how to evaluate among the various time series databases on the market and their various editions, and then how to get started quickly with collecting, visualizing, processing, and alerting on time series data.
Al Sargent
Senior Director of Product - InfluxData
Al Sargent is senior director of product at InfluxData, the leading time-series data platform. Previously he co-founded cloud computing pioneer Sauce Labs, and has led product teams at New Relic, VMware, Pivotal, and other cloud software companies. Al has a BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, and an MBA from UCLA Anderson, and a US Patent for software monitoring (7,730,193).

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