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.
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.
How We’re Building a Remote-First Team Culture (aka virtual event ideas that you’re welcome to steal)
As an engineering-centric organization that’s been 60%+ remote for most of our history, we’re creative with the ways we stay connected – and, with COVID-19 making us and all teams 100% remote, we’re sharing how we’ve created camaraderie to help you do the same.
Announcing Timescale Cloud: The first fully-managed time-series database service that runs on AWS, GCP, and Azure
We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Timescale Cloud, the first fully-managed, multi-cloud time-series database service that runs on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
How we are building a self-sustaining open-source business in the cloud era
Today, we are announcing that we have started developing new open-code (or source-available) features that will be made available under the (also new) Timescale License (TSL). You will be able to follow the development of these features on our GitHub.
Announcing TimescaleDB 1.0: The first enterprise-ready time-series database to support full SQL and scale
Over 1M downloads; production deployments at Comcast, Bloomberg, Cray, and more; native Grafana integration; first-class Prometheus support; and dozens of new features signify positive momentum for TimescaleDB and the future of the time-series market.