Chronix vs TimescaleDB: What are the differences?
Developers describe Chronix as "A fast and efficient time series storage based on Apache Lucene and Apache Solr". Chronix is built to store time series highly compressed and for fast access times. In comparison to related time series databases, Chronix does not only take 5 to 171 times less space, but it also shaves off 83% of the access time, and up to 78% off the runtime on a mix of real world queries. On the other hand, TimescaleDB is detailed as "Scalable time-series database optimized for fast ingest and complex queries. Purpose-built as a PostgreSQL extension". TimescaleDB is the only open-source time-series database that natively supports full-SQL at scale, combining the power, reliability, and ease-of-use of a relational database with the scalability typically seen in NoSQL databases.
Chronix and TimescaleDB belong to "Databases" category of the tech stack.
Chronix and TimescaleDB are both open source tools. It seems that TimescaleDB with 7.28K GitHub stars and 385 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Chronix with 247 GitHub stars and 23 GitHub forks.
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