Scaling PostgreSQL Databases Just Got Cheaper: Timescale's Tiered Storage Hits General Availabilityby@timescale
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Scaling PostgreSQL Databases Just Got Cheaper: Timescale's Tiered Storage Hits General Availability

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Timescale announces the General Availability of Tiered Storage, a revolutionary multi-tiered storage architecture for PostgreSQL databases. This innovation allows developers to achieve infinite, low-cost scalability for time series and analytical databases. With Tiered Storage, older and infrequently accessed data can be automatically moved to a more affordable storage tier, reducing costs without sacrificing performance. The architecture supports seamless data management using PostgreSQL's hypertables, providing a simple and cost-effective solution for large-scale deployments. The flat pricing model of $0.021 per GB/month for low-cost storage makes it transparent and predictable, ensuring developers can scale their databases efficiently.

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