This new guide is the result of ongoing collaboration with DISA and provides security guidance for PostgreSQL 9.6 through 12
In this series so far we've talked about how to get our Django application to save uploaded images as bytea in Postgres. We've also walked through an example of a PL/Python function that processes the binary data to apply a blur filter to the uploaded image. Now, we'll show how to retrieve the blurred image from Django.
How about a simple image upload app built with Django 3.1 andbacked by PostgreSQL 13, that takes advantage of the PL/Python procedural language for processing?
Crunchy Data's second annual PostGIS Day took place a couple weeks ago on November 19th, and as a first-time attendee I was blown away by the knowledge-sharing and sense of community that I saw, even as I was tuning in remotely from my computer at home.
We're putting together an awesome PostGIS Day virtual conference on Thursday, Nov 19th. Last year we hosted our first PostGIS Day in-person in St. Louis and although we can't gather in the same way this year, going virtual allows us to give even more talks!
In this post I'll walk through the steps to connect a Django app to PostgreSQL in the cloud via Crunchy Bridge.
In my first post, I talk about how Django's built-in authentication system can do some of the heavy lifting for your registration setup. In this post, I'll walk you through how we tied our data models and authentication together by extending Django's User model.
Learn how to add a user registration system using Django's built in authentication.
Deploy a high-availability PostgreSQL cluster on Kubernetes by example and learn how it works.
The Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator helps to automate many typical database administration tasks at scale and leverages Kubernetes Deployments to flexibility in building environments that feature high-availability, configurable resource management, and seamless upgrades.