Redash helps you make sense of your data. Connect and query your data sources, build dashboards to visualize data and share them with your company.
Redash helps organizations become more data driven by providing tools to democratize data access. Connect to any data source, easily visualize and share your data.
It will probably not surprise you that we’re using Redash to track our business metrics. As those are pretty much standard for all SaaS businesses, I thought it will be useful to share the query we use to calculate these metrics.
As usual it’s been long in the making, but after two beta versions, the final release of V4 is finally out. This version packs a lot of changes and improvements.
I’ve joined Redash last November to improve the design and user experience. I’d like to give you an overview about the redesign we implemented in V4 and what shaped our thinking. …but first, why was this redesign needed?
Better parameters, more visualizations, additional data sources and much more! About a month ago we released version 2.0.0 of Redash (we switched to major releases 5 months ago with the release of v1).
The story of Re:dash, that in the past 3 years grew from a hackathon project, to a side project to a business.