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Navigating The Stars: How InfluxDB Powers Loft Orbital's Space Innovations

tl;dr: Loft Orbital, a leading space infrastructure service provider, simplifies space missions with technological advances. They operate customer payloads on microsatellites as a service. Using Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Google Cloud, they collect telemetry data from spacecraft and monitor mission infrastructure. InfluxDB aids in QA, performance monitoring, and reveals long-term data trends, enhancing their mission automation.

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Teréga Replaced Its Legacy Data Historian with InfluxDB, AWS, And IO-Base

- Jessica Wachtel tl;dr: Teréga, a French gas company, faced challenges with outdated IT systems. Recognizing a gap in available cloud-native data historians, they turned to InfluxDB. With InfluxDB, they developed Indabox for efficient data collection and IO-Base, hosted on AWS, for robust data storage. This InfluxDB-centric solution significantly modernized Teréga's IT landscape.

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How Are You Investing In AI?

tl;dr: Fundrise has fully democratized venture capital. Now you can get in early, investing in some of the most promising pre-IPO tech companies— including those leading the AI revolution. No accreditation required. No membership fees. And the lowest venture investment minimum ever.

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What Is The Easiest Way To Integrate Video conferencing - WebRTC, Jitsi, Or Other SDKs?

tl;dr: When integrating video calls, you have a few options. You can use WebRTC, the backbone of video calls, or open source tools like Jitsi, but both have complex configurations and limited customizations. Alternatively, you can use any Video SDK, but this means sacrificing either speed or customizability. With Dyte's video conferencing SDK, you can embed enterprise-class scalability, HD call quality, customization, and secure video interactions all in under five minutes. Start building with Dyte now.

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Why Top Engineering Teams Are Using Multi For Collaboration

- Alexander Embiricos tl;dr: With teams being more distributed than ever before, Multi is bringing the joy of building together back by making your apps and operating system multiplayer. With Multi, multiple people can share screen at the same time, cursor sharing and drawing is effortless, and automatic deep links make sharing context one click away.

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5 AI Tools For Developers To Help Boost Your Productivity

- Lewis Cianci tl;dr: (1) Phind: A developer-focused search engine that provides detailed answers and related links for coding questions. (2) Bloop.ai: Helps developers understand the structure of GitHub repositories quickly. (3) Codeium: Offers real-time code suggestions within various IDEs. (4) ColPat: Design tool that helps in creating color palettes and themes for apps and websites. (5) RegExGPT: Generates regular expressions based on natural language prompts.

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NetApp Leverages Time Series Data for Real-Time Resource Trending and Alerting

tl;dr: NetApp, a leader in cloud data services, storage systems and software, uses time series data for real-time resource trending, SLO/SLI calculations, and alerting. Their SRE team identifies trends in resource consumption for critical Linux servers, DB monitoring, and custom resource monitoring. The team appreciates the high ingest, tool integration, and performance of InfluxDB, their chosen time series database. They also value its integration with Grafana for dashboards and Slack for global team communication.

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AI Is Better At Writing Code Than Reading Code. Here’s Why.

- Daksh Gupta tl;dr: Have you ever been handed a new codebase at your job and been completely lost? I have. While LLMs have been generating code for months, the problem of reading, understanding and navigating existing large codebases remains unsolved. In this article, I explore why.

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Configuration-As-Code: Automating Application Configuration

- Ran Cohen tl;dr: The concept of Configuration-as-Code (CaC) transforms how we manage application configurations. Say goodbye to outdated ENV files and embrace the power of CaC. To learn more about CaC and its benefits, read the full blog post.

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Building a SaaS API? Don't Forget Your Terraform Provider

tl;dr: The article highlights the importance of Terraform providers for SaaS platforms and how providers simplify infrastructure management, promote consistency, aid scalability, automate tasks, and enable auditing. It also mentions examples of Terraform providers for SaaS platforms and discusses the benefits and traits of good candidates for Terraform integration.

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