I can't say enough good things about Node Red, a (NodeJS) web application framework. I feel that most technically-savvy people can get a node red server performing their basic IoT needs with virtually no coding, just some clever drag-and-drop modules connected by "wires" in the web front end.
It has a plug-in architecture that's backed by node packages (called "nodes" and managed by the palette manager)
Simple databases are available.
Simple web-front-end graphing can be accomplished with the "Node Red Dashboard" that is a well-documented node module.
The Dashboard is a collection of reasonably customizable UI widgets.
If you find the Dashboard widgets still don't meet your need, (you might be able to extend that code, OR more likely) Node Red allows other front end technologies (vue.js is a popular choice)
There are several hosting providers for Node Red (I'd probably start by looking at the Node Red architect's company "FlowForge") and it's pretty trivial to host it on any generic host service (Amazon EC2, DigitalOcean droplet) or Node-hosting service like Heroku. (I had node red instances running for free on Heroku until they cancelled the free developer tier).
As it is a node application itself, you can embed it into a wrapping instance of Node if you find you need custom services that just don't fit within Node Red itself.
Basically it's a robust (open source) solution that can adapt to fulfill lots of requirements. Since your question question lacks exacting requirements (no specific database, just a list with an 'etc') I had to respond with a 'probably' knowing that there are many contributed node modules, and you can compare your exact requirements with those that are freely available.
(Since this is a question that asks for opinions and recommendations, I'm replying with my recommendation and opinions. I speak as an experienced user with all points above. Note, I have no monetary relationship with any company or product listed, excepting as a paying Digital Ocean customer.)