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Timescaledb - An open-source time-series database optimized for fast ingest and complex queries

  •    PLpgSQL

TimescaleDB is an open-source database designed to make SQL scalable for time-series data. It is engineered up from PostgreSQL, providing automatic partitioning across time and space (partitioning key), as well as full SQL support. TimescaleDB is packaged as a PostgreSQL extension and released under the Apache 2 open-source license.

vulcan - Vulcan extends Prometheus adding horizontal scalability and long-term storage

  •    Go

Vulcan extends Prometheus adding horizontal scalability and long-term storage. Vulcan is highly experimental.

Heroic - The Time Series Database

  •    Java

Heroic is a scalable time series database based on Bigtable, Cassandra, and Elasticsearch. It is an open-source monitoring system originally built at Spotify to address the problems that were facing with large scale gathering and near real-time analysis of metrics.

Akumuli - Time-series database

  •    C++

Akumuli is a time-series database for modern hardware. It can be used to capture, store and process time-series data in real-time. The word "akumuli" can be translated from Esperanto as "accumulate".




awesome-time-series-database - :clock7: A curated list of awesome time series databases, benchmarks and papers

  •    Javascript

OpenTSDB is a Classical time series database on top of HBase. Now support Cassandra and Bigtable. BTrDB (Berkeley Tree Database) is a High performance time series database designed to support high density data storage applications.

timefs - a timeseries datastore using filesystem as datastore

  •    Shell

a timeseries datastore using filesystem as datastore

timestream - A suite of tools for working with objectMode streams of time-ordered data

  •    Javascript

timestream is a suite of tools for working with objectMode streams of time-ordered records, i.e. timeseries data. Consider this to be unstable, check back often for updates.


timestreamdb - A Timeseries Database in Node.js, backed by LevelDB.

  •    Javascript

Docs coming, there is a LOT in there. Uses timestream for a query engine. Supports joins, aggregates, map operations, filters...

v3io-tsdb - iguazio API lib for time-series DB access and Prometheus TSDB storage driver

  •    Go

Iguazio API lib for time-series DB access and Prometheus TSDB storage driver. Iguazio provides a real-time flexible document database engine which accelerates popular BigData and open-source frameworks such as Spark and Presto, as well as provide AWS compatible data APIs (DynamoDB, Kinesis, S3).

prom-migrate - prom-migrate reads all data from Prometheus 1

  •    Go

prom-migrate reads all data from Prometheus 1.8 via API and creates a new Prometheus 2.0 storage directory. Status: alpha (it may work for you).

xephon-k - A time series database prototype with multiple backends

  •    Go

Xephon-K is a time series database with multiple backends. It's a playground for comparing modern TSDB design and implementation with benchmarks. It is not for production use, but it can show you the internal and trade-off of many TSDBs. A detailed (but not well organized) survey can be found in doc/survey.

ansible-telegraf - Installing and configuring Telegraf via Ansible for RedHat/Debian/Ubuntu.

  •    Python

This role will install and configure telegraf. Telegraf is an agent written in Go for collecting metrics from the system it's running on, or from other services, and writing them into InfluxDB.

timbala - Durable time-series database that's API-compatible with Prometheus.

  •    Go

Timbala is in a very early stage of development and is not yet production-ready. Please do not use it yet for any data that you care about. There are several known issues that prevent any serious use of Timbala at this stage; please see the MVP milestone for details.

diamondb - [WIP] DiamonDB: Rebuild of time series database on AWS.

  •    Go

This software is still heavily under development. DiamonDB is a reliable, scalable, cloud-based time series database.

atsd - Axibase Time Series Database Documentation

  •    HTML

Axibase Time Series Database is a non-relational database optimized for collecting, storing, and analyzing temporal data from IT infrastructure, industrial equipment, smart meters, and IoT devices. ATSD requires a Java 8 runtime environment and is supported on major Linux distributions in 64-bit mode.