InfluxDB supports a powerful HTTP API that runs by default on port 8086 with reading and writing capabilities. Since InfluxDB does not require a schema-defined upfront, this allows applications client store data and pulls data through HTTP API. It is very useful in many use cases, such as DevOps. It can automatically pull data from Jenkins to InfluxDB.
InfluxDB has four end points for interaction with, /ping, /debug/requests, /query, and /write.
The /ping command provides a simple way to verify that a source computer can communicate over the network with a remote InfluxDB instance. It can check the status and version information. It also supports both GET and HEAD HTTP requests.
Consider the upcoming example:
If you ...