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.