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Benchmarking for PostgreSQL workloads in Kubernetes (Part 2)

A few months have passed since the last DoK webinar on benchmarking PostgreSQL workloads in a Kubernetes environment. While many things have happened at EDB, the team continues to elevate its discourse and introduces an open-source set of tools in bringing PostgreSQL to Kubernetes. In this insightful DoKC session, Gabriele Bartolini, the Vice President of  Continue Reading »

Benchmarking for PostgreSQL workloads in Kubernetes

Notions such as “databases like PostgreSQL cannot run on Kubernetes” are something that echoes in this industry all the time. However, Gabriele Bartolini, the Vice President of Cloud Native for EDB, joined by his colleague, Francesco Canovai, a System Engineer for 2ndQuadrant, proves us otherwise.  In this DoKC session, Gabriele and Francesco lead us to  Continue Reading »

Production Postgres Made Easy on Kubernetes

It’s one thing to get a database up and running on Kubernetes; it’s another to run it in production. There are many “Day 2” operations to manage when running any database in production, including high availability, backups, monitoring, security, and disaster recovery. Kubernetes operators can take care of that and also manage such as advanced  Continue Reading »

Postgres on Kubernetes Applied at Scale

DoKC staff Sylvain and Bart interviewed OnGres CEO Álvaro, engaging in an entertaining, technical discussion about a very real use case: running Postgres on Kubernetes, at scale, in production. We covered open-source tools to use, how to properly handle day-2 operations and why you’d be missing out by not running your database on K8s! This  Continue Reading »

Why you should be deploying Postgres primarily on Kubernetes

Running a Postgres installation, with or without containers, is trivial. However, setting up a production environment is a whole different matter. Postgres is not by itself a production-ready software: it requires a set of side tools to complement its functionality: connection pooling, monitoring, backup tools, high availability software, you name it. This is called the  Continue Reading »