Welcome to Timescale Forge! Timescale Forge is a cloud-native TimescaleDB as a service that is easy to get started and powerful enough for the most demanding scenarios. This tutorial walks you through setting up your Timescale Forge account and completing your first tutorial project.
Sign up for Timescale Forge by visiting forge.timescale.com. Provide your full name, email address, and a strong password to start:
You need to confirm your account by clicking the link you receive by email. If you do not receive this link, check your spam folder first, then contact us.
When you have completed account verification, visit the Timescale Forge console and login with your credentials.
To begin, click
Create servicewhen your configuration is complete.
After you select
Create service, you will see confirmation of your service
account and password information. You should save the information in this
confirmation screen in a safe place:
Operationsmenu in the service dashboard.
It takes a couple minutes for your service to be provisioned. When your
database is ready for connection, a green
Running label shows above
the service in the service dashboard.
Select any service to view service details. You can obtain connection, configuration, and utilization information. In addition, you can reset the password for your service, power down or power up any service (which stops or starts your compute, although your storage persists), or delete a service altogether.
Congratulations! You are now up and running with Timescale Forge. To familiarize yourself with the features and capabilities of the product, we recommend that you complete the Getting Started tutorial.
Read about TimescaleDB features in our documentation:
You’re now on your way to a great start with Timescale!
You will have an unthrottled, 30-day free trial with Timescale Forge to continue to test your use case. Before the end of your trial, we encourage you to add your credit card information. This will ensure a smooth transition after your trial period concludes.
We're excited to play a small part in helping you build a best-in-class time-series application or monitoring tool. If you have any questions, please feel free to join our community Slack group or contact us directly.
Timescale Forge is a versatile hosting service that provides a growing list of advanced features for your PostgreSQL and time-series data workloads.
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