Our usage of Influx is very specific. We use it for our casino stack and applications. We use it for monitoring, logging, and metrics and trend analysis for player wagering. It is for casino data. We correlate all that data and generate reports for data warehousing. So, we use it massively in our stack for the casino for a lot of things.
We haven't yet migrated to Influx 2.0. We are still using Influx 1.8 because we have multiple workloads in production. It is going to take some time, and we need to ensure that the latest one is stable and the framework also brings a lot of different languages.
We use it on-premise and in the cloud. We have both. It is a private cloud on AWS.