This section explains each of the properties in the configuration blade.
This associates the Agent to a specific Collection (default to that of the current Data Stream).
Polling Interval (seconds)
A timespan to specify how often should the Agent check for new data/changes or update its cache.
Once the URL, Token, and Org are entered, the Agent will attempt to connect with the InfluxDB Cloud. If successful, the Bucket is populated with a list of available buckets.
Use Connection Variables
Tick to select saved variables; or enter the text manually for the authentication properties.
The address of the InfluxDB Cloud.
The API token generated through InfluxDB Cloud.
The user's workspace. Usually part of the URL address that identifies the workspace.
The named location where time series data is persisted for the retention period.
A container for tags, fields, and timestamps. Use a measurement name that describes your data.
The Name and Type of each tag property, as they will appear in the output payload.
The Name and Type of each field property, as they will appear in the output payload.
Rules to filter the returned time series data. As tags are indexed and fields are not, filtering on tags is more performant than on fields.
The attribute Name should combine words or use a _, rather than a space.
The attribute Type options for the output payload are String, Long, Double, Boolean, DateTime, or Integer.
The read events will be made available on this Endpoint with attributes as per the Payload.
Errors encountered during the execution of this Agent will be published on this endpoint.