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What is Data on Kubernetes?

While Kubernetes was originally designed for stateless workloads, it is increasingly being used to manage stateful and data applications including databases, big data, data analytics, and machine learning. 

Data on Kubernetes is well-positioned to become the operational default in a world where data and AI/ML applications are expected to grow. Scalability, flexibility, resilience, openness, and costs are among the reasons; and it has a transformative impact on organizations who benefit from increased productivity, revenue growth, market share and margin, according to the 2022 Data on Kubernetes Report

DoK Day @ KubeCon Paris 2024 Recap

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Learn Data on Kubernetes

A curated library of resources to help jumpstart or advance your DoK journey.

CloudNativePG Recipe 6: Postgres Vertical Scaling with Storage – part 1

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Explore the potential of optimizing CPU, RAM, and storage resources through meticulous measurement and benchmarking, challenging conventional scaling wisdom. Delve into the solid strategies within the CloudNativePG stack, such as separate volumes for data and transaction logs, temporary tablespaces, and I/O segregation for tables and indexes. Stay tuned for insights into aligning storage solutions with PostgreSQL’s resilience needs in the upcoming sequel.

CloudNativePG Recipe 5 – How to migrate your PostgreSQL database in Kubernetes with ~0 downtime from anywhere

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Are you considering migrating your PostgreSQL database from a service provider into Kubernetes, but you cannot afford downtime? Recipe #5 details step-by-step instructions, leveraging CloudNativePG and logical replication, to seamlessly transition from PostgreSQL 10+ to 16 using an imperative method.

CloudNativePG Recipe 4 – Connecting to Your PostgreSQL Cluster with pgAdmin4

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The article explores the deployment of pgAdmin4, a popular graphical user interface for PostgreSQL, within a CloudNativePG environment, primarily for evaluation and educational purposes.

CloudNativePG Recipe 3 – What!?! No superuser access?

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Explore the secure defaults of a PostgreSQL cluster in this CloudNativePG recipe, aligning with the principle of least authority (PoLA). Our commitment to security and operational simplicity shines through default configurations, balancing robust protection with user-friendly settings.

CloudNativePG Recipe 2 – Inspecting Default Resources in a CloudNativePG Cluster

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Dive into the nitty-gritty of how CloudNativePG works its magic with PostgreSQL cluster stuff, zooming in on configmaps and secrets.

CloudNativePG Recipe 1 – Setting up your local playground in minutes

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How to setup your local playground in kind, install CloudNativePG and deploy your first PostgreSQL cluster by Gabriele Bartolini

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