Rely on the same PostgreSQL you know and love, with full SQL, rock-solid reliability, and the largest ecosystem of developer and management tools.
-- What’s the memory consumption for -- each of my containers right now? SELECT time_bucket('10 seconds', time) AS period, container_id, avg(free_mem), min(free_mem) FROM metrics WHERE time > NOW () - interval '10 minutes' GROUP BY period, container_id ORDER BY period DESC, container_id;
Write millions of data points per second. Store 100s of terabytes on a single node or petabytes across multiple nodes. Handle high-cardinality data easily.
Simplify your stack and store your relational data alongside time-series data. Ask more complex queries, build more powerful applications faster.
Let us run TimescaleDB for you, fully managed on AWS, Azure, or GCP in over 75 regions, with a top-rated support team to ensure your success.
Spend less with compression savings from best-in-class algorithms, including delta-delta and Gorilla, and a memory-efficient architecture.
TimescaleDB is the leading open-source relational database for time-series. It builds on the rock-solid reliability of PostgreSQL, expanding its performance and scalability to meet the demands of data-intensive applications dealing with time-series data. Developers often tell us that TimescaleDB is "PostgreSQL with super-powers"!
We’ve written a guide here. All it takes is a single command!
If you are hosting it in your own instances, TimescaleDB is 100% free to use - you can install it here. If you prefer to use a managed solution, check out Timescale Cloud, our database platform for relational and time-series data built on TimescaleDB and PostgreSQL.
TimescaleDB is built on PostgreSQL, so you can seamlessly integrate TimescaleDB with any PostgreSQL-compatible platform or with any SQL-speaking tool. As we like to say: if it works with PostgreSQL, it works with TimescaleDB. For example, you can use TimescaleDB with Grafana, Docker, Datadog, Plotly, Debezium, Looker, MADlib, Tableau, Kafka, OmniDB, SQLAlchemy, Chartio, Mode, Zabbix and Sensu.
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Are you hosting TimescaleDB yourself? TimescaleDB is available for free to run in your own environment. You can install it here.