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Ranking > Time Series DBMS

DB-Engines Ranking of Time Series DBMS

The DB-Engines Ranking ranks database management systems according to their popularity. The ranking is updated monthly.

This is a partial list of the complete ranking showing only time Series DBMS.

Read more about the method of calculating the scores.

include secondary database models30 systems in ranking, March 2019
RankDBMSDatabase ModelScore
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2018
1.1.1.InfluxDB detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableTime Series16.17+0.41+5.53
2.2.2.Kdb+ detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableTime Series, Multi-model Time Series DBMS,
Relational DBMS
5.60+0.19+2.50
3.3.up arrow 4.GraphiteTime Series3.07+0.12+1.00
4.4.down arrow 3.RRDtoolTime Series2.75+0.05-0.33
5.5.up arrow 6.PrometheusTime Series2.72+0.21+1.67
6.6.down arrow 5.OpenTSDBTime Series2.28+0.04+0.26
7.7.7.DruidMulti-model Relational DBMS,
Time Series DBMS
1.57+0.08+0.58
8.8.up arrow 16.TimescaleDB detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableTime Series0.91+0.03+0.82
9.9.down arrow 8.KairosDBTime Series0.66+0.14+0.21
10.up arrow 11.up arrow 13.FaunaDB detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableMulti-model Document store,
Graph DBMS,
Relational DBMS,
Time Series DBMS
0.52+0.16+0.41
11.down arrow 10.down arrow 9.eXtremeDB detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableMulti-model Relational DBMS,
Time Series DBMS
0.40-0.02+0.07
12.up arrow 13.up arrow 14.GridDB detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableMulti-model Key-value store,
Time Series DBMS,
Relational DBMS
0.37+0.09+0.26
13.down arrow 12.Amazon TimestreamTime Series0.27-0.02
14.14.IBM Db2 Event StoreMulti-model Event Store,
Time Series DBMS
0.26+0.01
15.15.down arrow 10.Riak TSTime Series0.22+0.01-0.05
16.16.up arrow 19.AxibaseTime Series0.200.00+0.17
17.up arrow 20.up arrow 22.HeroicTime Series0.18+0.07+0.18
18.down arrow 17.down arrow 17.Warp 10Time Series0.18-0.01+0.13
19.down arrow 18.down arrow 15.Hawkular MetricsTime Series0.15+0.00+0.04
20.down arrow 19.up arrow 21.Quasardb detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableTime Series0.12-0.01+0.09
21.21.down arrow 12.BluefloodTime Series0.08+0.02-0.04
22.22.down arrow 20.TempoIQTime Series0.060.00+0.03
23.23.down arrow 22.IRONdb detailed informationDetailed vendor-provided information availableTime Series0.050.00+0.05
24.up arrow 25.down arrow 18.SiriDBTime Series0.04+0.02+0.00
25.down arrow 24.down arrow 11.MachbaseTime Series0.03-0.01-0.09
26.26.down arrow 22.NewtsTime Series0.01-0.01+0.01
27.DolphinDBTime Series0.00
27.27.down arrow 22.SiteWhereTime Series0.00±0.00±0.00
27.VictoriaMetricsTime Series0.00
27.27.down arrow 22.YanzaTime Series0.00±0.00±0.00

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