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Anyone have experience running their own time series database for exposing analytics back to customers (i.e. not purely for internal use). Thinking about giving frame developers much more detailed analytics on their frames, and exploring one of a few options.
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Yes with Graphite + Grafana
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Talk to @mattober. He set up our time series database for Piñata’s frame analytics.
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How much detail do you need?
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I've had a solid experience with Timescale so far Biggest gotchas come from ensuring the data model is correct. Time series works especially well when data is inserted, never updated (event stream) For exposing to others though, materialized views with well defined query patterns work great (where Timescale shines)
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The folks at https://twitter.com/posthog (there's an ex-CB eng)
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My friends built https://www.propeldata.com/ to make this easy. They built Twilio’s customer facing voice analytics and saw the need.
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Yeah I built and am operating an InfluxDB with Grafana with self-service signup and automatic deploy of Grafana org setups where the user gets edit rights for dashboards. It’s been running well for years.
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curious to learn about your trade offs to build vs buy here?
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