What is QuestDB?
QuestDB is an open source database for time series, events, and analytical workloads with a primary focus on performance. It enhances ANSI SQL with time series extensions.
QuestDB is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
QuestDB is an open source tool with 9.2K GitHub stars and 513 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to QuestDB's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses QuestDB?
15 developers on StackShare have stated that they use QuestDB.
Pros of QuestDB
Postgres wire protocol
Time-series data analysis
InfluxDB line protocol
- Relational model for time series
- SIMD accelerated queries
- Time partitioned
- Heavy parallelization
- Scalable ingestion
- Immediate consistency
- Time series and relational joins
- Native InfluxDB line protocol
- Grafana through Postgres wire support
- Schema or schema-free
- Aggregations and down sampling
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