InfluxDB Editions

The most powerful time series database as a service — easy to use, easy to scale, and supercharges your app!

Choose the version that best matches your needs

 
   
  • Open Source Core
  • Free
  • Serverless
  • Time to Awesome
  • Vertical Scalability
  • Horizontal Scalability (Clustering)
  • High Availability
  • Supported by InfluxData
  • Custom Configurations
  • Managed by InfluxData
  • On Prem
InfluxDB Cloud
InfluxDB Cloud
  • Open Source Core
  • Free Rate Limited
  • Serverless
  • Time to Awesome
  • Vertical Scalability Elastic
  • Horizontal Scalability (Clustering) Elastic
  • High Availability
  • Supported by InfluxData
  • Custom Configurations Contact Sales
  • Managed by InfluxData
  • On Prem
InfluxDB Open Source
InfluxDB Open Source
  • Open Source Core
  • Free
  • Serverless
  • Time to Awesome
  • Vertical Scalability
  • Horizontal Scalability (Clustering)
  • High Availability
  • Supported by InfluxData Contact Sales
  • Custom Configurations
  • Managed by InfluxData
  • On Prem
InfluxDB Enterprise
InfluxDB Enterprise
  • Open Source Core
  • Free
  • Serverless
  • Time to Awesome
  • Vertical Scalability
  • Horizontal Scalability (Clustering)
  • High Availability
  • Supported by InfluxData
  • Custom Configurations Contact Sales
  • Managed by InfluxData
  • On Prem
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Innovator spotlight

Real-time analytics produces real business value for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Our technical services team is now able to align performance with the fiduciary aspects of infrastructure operation.

Robert Allen
Director of Engineering • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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