Simplified Prometheus monitoring for your entire organization with Promscale
We’re excited to announce multi-tenancy support in Promscale. We’ve built Promscale as a centralized store for metrics, and now developers can enjoy the same operational maturity and query flexibility when storing metrics across their entire organization.
Promscale 0.4: Drawing Inspiration from Cortex to Rewrite Support for Prometheus High-Availability
Introducing Promscale 0.4 with new capabilities including better support for Prometheus high-availability, support for multi-tenancy, improved user permissions (using role-based access control), and more.
Introducing Tobs: Deploy a Full Observability Suite for Kubernetes in Two Minutes
Tobs deploys a full open-source observability suite into your Kubernetes cluster with a single command. Learn how and why we built it and start collecting, analyzing, and visualizing all of your metrics in a matter of minutes ⏰ .
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 to scale PostgreSQL 10 using table inheritance and declarative partitioning
PG10 introduces quite a few substantial new features: logical replication, full text search support for JSON / JSONB, cross-column statistics, and better support for parallel queries. Overall, PG10 is a significant milestone in the steady development of a venerable open-source database.