What is time-series data (and what is it not)? It's certainly nothing new, but it is a more popular topic than ever within the data community at large. How come? And once you understand what it is, what sort of implications does its nature have on data storage and analytical systems?
We'll answer these questions (and likely more) at this Meetup event.
Joining us to answer these questions (and likely more) is Andrew Staller, Head of Marketing & Community at Timescale. Timescale is the developer of the only open-source time-series database that natively supports full-SQL at scale: TimescaleDB. TimescaleDB is packaged as a Postgres extension, so it is built on a rock-solid relational database foundation, yet also scales in the way traditionally reserved for NoSQL databases.
In this way, TimescaleDB sits at the confluence of two trends. 2017 was the year time-series databases were the most popular database category. It was also the year that PostgreSQL was the fastest growing database in the world. (Source: DB-Engines)
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