Hello @janko welcome, and thanks for asking about Timescale’s hosted solutions. I’ll definitely bring your observations to the attention of our web team to see if we can help clarify this for those who are finding the pages as you have today. Thank you!
Timescale offers two options in hosting, and that’s what you’re seeing represented by those two pages.
This is our cloud-native built-for-Timescale service built on AWS. For most users, this represents the best option if they want to host on AWS and they can use one of the supported regions. The currently supported regions are
eu-west-1. However, new regions are imminent and I think it would be worth checking in with our customer success team around this, as they have better sight of our plans in this respect.
Managed Service for TimescaleDB
This service is hosted by our partner Aiven. Through Aiven we offer managed service support on AWS, Azure, and GCP. As it’s a service that’s not directly developed and hosted by the Timescale team, it’s less purpose-built than Timescale Cloud. Nevertheless, it’s a good solution. You can access more regions for this service because it’s provided by Aiven who covers many more regions than we currently do at Timescale.
In either case – whether Timescale Cloud or Managed Service for TimescaleDB – as a customer or trial user, you have the same support from our professional support team.
Hopefully, that helps clarify things a bit? If it’s OK with you, I’d be happy to ask one of our Customer Success Managers to get in touch with you directly to talk about which would work best for you and if we might be able to offer
eu-central-1 region on Timescale Cloud in a timeframe that works for you. Let me know?