Time in a Data Center, a service for tracking time related events

GigaOm's Stacey Higginbotham has a post on a new service for time related events.

Meet TempoDB, a database startup with an eye for time

TempoDB, a startup out of Chicago, has built a database-as-a-service offering specifically for time-series data. CEO and co-founder Andrew Cronk presented at the TechStars Cloud demo day earlier this week, and laid out the need for a specialty database for data that comes from thermostats, sensor networks, networking gear and other machines that spit out both values and times. But does the world (or the Internet of Things) need a specialty time-series database?


Time is a way to track events and supports a post analysis process, and it is interesting that a company has chosen to make time their main value proposition.

When I read this I thought of the song "Time in a Bottle".  If you could wind back time that would be worth using a cloud service.