Query your data, visualize it and share with your team

#5 Product of the DayJune 21, 2018

Redash is an open source SaaS application to query your data sources, visualize the results, build dashboards and share data with your team. It comes with a simple but powerful interface along with integrations to Slack, Zapier and more.

  • Pros:Β 

    Simple, Super fast Time-to-market, flexible


    you have to know what you're doing

    Using redash in several companies for over 3 years, never got disappointed.

    Every time you need to quickly get insights from your data - redash ways is the fastest way!

    Alexander Leibzon has used this product for one year.
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  • Sujoy Chaudhary
    Sujoy ChaudharyCofounder & CEO, Airim

    Very simple to use, great chart and viz options, doesnt crash like other dashboarding tools


    1. Dashboards cant be grouped together,

    2. No way to email daily / weekly reports to clients or team members

    We use Redash to share data with our team as well as clients. It helps me check all my business KPIs and even modify them whenever needed.

    Our only problem is that it has to be updated manually everytime we have to generate a fresh report.

    Otherwise, it's a must-have product for every company, whether you are early stage or Series G+ funded or an enterprise

    Sujoy Chaudhary has used this product for one year.
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Hi ProductHunt πŸ‘‹ I'm so excited to have Redash on ProductHunt! We worked really hard on the last release (V4) and happy to share it with the world. I created Redash almost 5 years ago as an open source project and 2.5 years ago started the company (and launched the SaaS product) to make sure Redash will have a future independent of any corporate sponsor. Today Redash is still an active open source project and a sustainable bootstrapped business. It is used by over 4,500 teams around the world -- from the small shops to big organizations (Atlassian, Mozilla, Amazon and many others). We would love to hear your feedback (good or bad) and interesting usage stories. :)
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@arikfr Not a feedback but a quick tip if you are looking at B2B sales : 1. Target companies who have recently raised funding. 2. Target companies who are hiring for analytics/product managers. Such companies will be right fit for you.
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@shreyaa_ratra Thanks! Will keep this in mind.
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@arikfr Congrats on the new release !! How do you compare with ? We've been chartio users for a while but I'm wondering in what way Redash would be better. I see you guys are cheaper and that's a good starting point :D Anything else I should know ?
@arikfr @fiessedouard We use but in a very limited way. We are able to integrate it well into our query results, however, we believe Redash will enable us to build and display a more comprehensive set of visuals and build these into a dashboard. The only issue being how we integrate the dashboard into our application.
I worked with Redash in the past in an environment that needed a lot of insights from the database and it served it's purpose amazingly well. While working at, we setup redash so that marketing, the CEO and engineers can get insights from the DB. As you can imagine, insights those groups/people need are very different and Redash really served that purpose well. It was very simple to setup and very easy to use, you can set it up inside of your Amazon VPC and respect network security rules. Arik, the maker and founder is always responsive in the support group and always willing to help.
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Happy to upvote and support Redash! used it for few different projects. An easy choice for data visualization solution.
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Love Redash! Have been using it in the last several companies I've been a part of. Big ups to Arik and the rest of the community for making such a powerful tool. Best part? It's open source so as long as you can configure it yourself, you only pay for the hosting cost. Great for startups with limited budgets who need to make data more accessible and part of the culture early on.
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@philipljohnson there is nothing better than seeing people bring Redash to their next company. This is the best signal for us that we're doing something right: people who explicitly choose Redash again πŸ‘Œ And it's true that being open source makes it very affordable for everyone, but we also try to make the SaaS offering affordable just the same (starting at $49/mo). Happy querying πŸ€“
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It already saved me multiple times. Highly recommended.
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