A few highlights of the last couple months include an updated front end, in place upgrades, Postgres 14 support, and maintenance windows. Plus a bonus preview of what's coming soon.
Crunchy Data, the leading provider of trusted open source PostgreSQL, is proud to announce the addition of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to its list of providers supported on Crunchy Bridge.
Connection pooling and management is one of those things most people ignore far too long when it comes to their database. As you grow into the hundreds, better connection management is a quick and easy win. Let's dig into the three variations of connection pooling and how to identify if you can benefit from a connection pooler and where.
Today we're announcing Crunchy Bridge support for Managed Postgres on Google Cloud. With Crunchy Bridge you can now have the same great PostgreSQL experience on any cloud and seamlessly migrate between cloud vendors as you see fit.
Today you don’t need a reason for choosing Postgres, if you do all your answers are above. Today the question has really shifted to what are you not using Postgres for, and how can the community better support that happening natively in Postgres in the future.
Crunchy Bridge delivers on the premise of a managed database service allowing you to focus on your application not your database, but we go several steps further.
Learn how you can leverage Python and Pandas from directly inside PostgreSQL to build your own recommendation engine.
Backups are a key staple of running any database. pgBackRest aims to be a fast, reliable, easy-to-use backup and restore solution with the ability to seamlessly scale to the largest databases.
A well tuned production Postgres database is capable of easily running thousands or up to hundreds of thousands of queries per second on a beefy instance.