Timescale’s on-demand and managed cloud service simplifies working with time-series and IoT data
Timescale, the company behind the leading open-source time-series SQL database TimescaleDB, announces the general availability of Timescale Cloud, the on-demand and managed cloud service that makes it easy to work with time-series and IoT data.
Timescale Cloud is the first multi-cloud time-series database service that runs on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Organizations who are working with time-series and IoT data face the challenge of managing growing workloads within a unified solution. Timescale Cloud is designed for simplicity, flexibility, and scale to solve this problem.
As organizations need change, they have the freedom to deploy and migrate workloads across regions—on the public cloud of their choice—with just a few clicks. This provides a consistent experience for storing and processing time-series data, with greater flexibility at just a fraction of the cost vs. using a single-cloud solution.
Timescale cloud features:
- Simplified operations that allow users to focus on working with time-series data and eliminate the headaches of managing a database. Timescale Cloud provides automated backups, point-in-time restore, monitoring, high availability, and more.
- Highly flexible and configurable with a choice of compute and storage configurations, all available pay-as-you-go. Great for everything from developer projects to business-critical applications.
- Scale with ease by growing, shrinking, or migrating workloads across configurations and clouds at any time. Fully managed production time-series deployments can be moved between regions and clouds quickly and easily.
Ajay Kulkarni, Co-Founder & CEO at Timescale said: “Timescale Cloud amplifies the power of TimescaleDB by making it even easier to use. TimescaleDB has always been about ease-of-use for time-series data. From the beginning, we knew SQL was the easiest way for developers to work with time-series data.
“Now, we are extending that principle of simplicity by eliminating the hassle of managing and operating a database, all while giving users the freedom to work with the cloud service provider of their choice.”