A managed TimescaleDB service is an instance that corresponds to a cloud service
provider tier. You can access all your services from the
Services tab within
your projects. Before you begin, make sure you have
signed up to Managed Service for TimescaleDB and created your account.
When you have your account set up, you can log in to the Managed Service for TimescaleDB portal and create your first service.
Servicesview, showing any services you currently have in your project.
Create a new service.
Select your servicesection, click
Select your cloud service providerand
Select your cloud service regionsections, choose the provider and region that you prefer, or accept the default values.
Select your service plansection, use the tabs to find a plan that best fits your needs.
Provide your service namesection, type a name for your new service.
Create Serviceto go back
Servicesview while your service is created. The status indicator says
Rebuildingwhile the service is created. It is ready for you to use when the indicator is green and says
Running. This usually takes a couple of minutes, but different clouds can vary. You can click the service name in the list to see more information and make changes.
If you're interested in learning more about pricing, visit the Managed Service for TimescaleDB pricing calculator. Or, contact us and we can walk you through the best configuration for your use case.
The best way to access your new database is using the
psql command line
utility. If you haven't already installed
psql, you can follow
Servicesview, click the name of your new Grafana service.
psqlto connect to your service using the URI:
psql -x "postgres://tsdbadmin:[password]@[hostname]:[port]/defaultdb?sslmode=require"
psql (12.2, server 11.6) SSL connection (protocol: TLSv1.3, cipher: TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384, bits: 256, compression: off) Type "help" for help. [email protected]=>
\dxcommand at the
psqlprompt to see a list of all your PostgreSQL extensions.
Now you have your service up and running, you can try your first tutorial.
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