TimescaleDB

TimescaleDB is the first open-source time-series database that natively supports full SQL and powers applications in DevOps, IoT, SaaS & Machine Learning.

TimescaleDB

TimescaleDB 2.0 with Hasura Part 3 - High Availability

Performance and High availability are critical challenges in production. Although TimescaleDB solves performance problems, we still need to care about remaining parts. In this article, I suggest some high availability setup for single-node as well as explore multi-node replication solutions.
  • Toan Nguyen
    Toan Nguyen
  • Tyler Hannan
    Tyler Hannan
03 February, 2021
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TimescaleDB 2.0 with Hasura Part 2 - Multi-Node

Multi-node is the most interesting feature of version TimescaleDB 2.0 that provides the ability to create a cluster of TimescaleDB instances to scale both reads and writes.
  • Toan Nguyen
    Toan Nguyen
  • Tyler Hannan
    Tyler Hannan
22 January, 2021
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TimescaleDB 2.0 with Hasura

TimescaleDB 2.0 is a major version upgrade that has many improvements from version 1. It introduces new interesting features and capabilities, especially horizontal multi-node scaling. Because it is a PostgreSQL extension, it mostly works well with Hasura.
  • Toan Nguyen
    Toan Nguyen
  • Tyler Hannan
    Tyler Hannan
14 January, 2021
TimescaleDB

Using TimescaleDB with Hasura GraphQL

Use Hasura GraphQL on top of TimescaleDB to build powerful real-time dashboards in minutes
Anon Ray
Anon Ray
31 August, 2018