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William-8680 asked MichaelFreedman-1310 commented

Timescale DB supported features

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Just wanted to find out if all timescale db features are supported, if not, which ones are supported or not supported on the Azure Postgres Database

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We are checking this and we will get back to you.

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NavtejSaini-MSFT answered MichaelFreedman-1310 commented

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We checked with the our team and they communicated that we support Apache 2.0. Please check this document and get back to us with more questions.

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Is the community version that's on Azure Postgres DB has all the timescale features as the Cloud Service? Meaning can I run same queries and database timescale functions on community version that's on Azure?

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`You cannot access the community features of TimescaleDB (which are released under the Timescale License) using Azure Postgres. These include many key features that developers often ask about: continuous aggregates, compression, multi-node, automation, hyperfunctions, and more.

Nor is it possible to install TimescaleDB yourself into Azure Postgres, although you can either self-manage TimescaleDB/Postgres, or Timescale does offer a managed service themselves on Azure that includes the full community edition.



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