Without knowing exactly what your deployment is, there are a number of ways to solve your problem.
Basically set up a Mosquitto MQTT server on a Raspberry PI, and it can be made secure and exposed to the internet. It low power, and yours.
Then I added NodeRed
This is a system that allows you to process events passing through the MQTT server and be able to handle them, for example send the data to a database such as InfluxDB
Then you can custom visualise the data in the database using Grafana
There are tonnes of how to’s out there explaining it all and it is not hard to do. Also if you get anything wrong just reformat the SD card and try again.
I set up my own system that I wanted to be wholy within my own network, becasue I lost internet connectivity for about a year or two (my service provider here in the UK had such bad customer service I finally told them to shove it were the sun don’t shine) and still wanted home automation functions and data logging. Its cheep, it very robust and I can mix and match ESP2866’s ESP32’s or any network device. I can data log or get other devices to respond to each other, and can extend it over the net if I want to.
Thats why I dropped off the particle platform, a few years ago. Also the Argon meash thing wasn’t really working out.
But you can build your own set up.