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It’s been a fun few years and we’re thrilled and humbled by what we’ve accomplished with Redash so far. In order to focus our efforts on establishing best in class experiences for SQL analysts within Databricks as our paid offering, we’ve decided to discontinue the hosted service at app.redash.io - effective November 30, 2021.
While we are discontinuing the hosted version of Redash, we intend to continue to develop the Open Source Redash project alongside Databricks SQL. The beta of the next Open Source Redash release (v10) was just finalized and we plan to release the final version later this summer.
As a current Redash user, you have a few options if you want to continue using Redash depending on the functionality within Redash that you’ve been using:
For a complete, self-hosted, Redash experience, you can use the migration script to migrate your content from your hosted account to an open source deployment;
If your primary use case is limited to running workloads on Databricks, you may join the Databricks SQL public preview which shares some functionality of Redash. Please reach out to sales-at-databricks to join the public preview.
In order to help you during this transition, we are pleased to let you know that starting today, you will no longer be charged for using
Please note that you will be unable to access any data within the service as of November 30, 2021 and all Redash-hosted customer data will be deleted within thirty days thereafter. Please see the FAQ for more details.