Promscale: An analytical platform and long-term store for Prometheus, with the combined power of SQL and PromQL
We just announced Promscale: a new open-source analytical platform & long-term store for Prometheus, with the combined power of SQL and PromQL. Learn why we built it, how it works, and how to get started right away.
How FlightAware fuels flight prediction models for global travelers with TimescaleDB and Grafana
Learn how FlightAware architected a monitoring system - combining TimescaleDB, Grafana, and Docker - that allows them to power real-time flight predictions, analyze prediction performance, and continuously improve their models.
Timescale Newsletter Roundup: September 2020 Edition
See what's new from Team Timescale, including big news about our Timescale License - updated to give more rights to our users, enterprise features 100% free, and more! - TimescaleDB 2.0 beta releases, new technical content, and PostgreSQL pro tips 🚀.
How we are building a self-sustaining open-source business in the cloud era (version 2)
We're excited to announce an update to the Timescale License that provides expanded rights to our users. Learn how (and why) we're making all of our features 100% free and investing in our community – while still building a sustainable open-source business.
A multi-cloud, fully-managed service for time-series data, now available in AWS, Azure, and GCP with 75+ regions and 2,000 configurations
Timescale Cloud, the leading cloud service for time-series data, is now even more powerful, offering the most cloud provider and region support, best performance, scale, and developer experience of any managed service for time-series data.
How WsprDaemon combines TimescaleDB and Grafana to measure and analyze radio transmissions
The creators of WsprDaemon share how they combine TimescaleDB & Grafana to allow amateur radio enthusiasts to analyze radio transmission data and understand trends - be it their own personal noise levels or much larger space weather patterns.
Timescale Newsletter Roundup: May Edition
From big news (multi-node TimescaleDB will be available for free!) to tons of new tutorials, demos, and remote-bonding tips, May was chockfull of time-series data and technical resource goodness 🥳. Check out this post for the Reader's Digest version.
A multi-node, elastic, petabyte scale, time-series database on Postgres for free (and more ways we are investing in our community)
We’re officially making multi-node TimescaleDB, a petabyte-scale distributed time-series database on PostgreSQL available for free – and investing in our community in other ways as well.