With this release, we included features to streamline management of the Operator, added security features, and extra system metrics to enhance your high availability Kubernetes Postgres cluster. Let's take a look at what's new in the Postgres Operator 4.6!
Recently I ran across grand sweeping statements that suggest containers are not ready for prime time as a vehicle for deploying your databases. The definition of "futile" is something like "serving no useful purpose; completely ineffective". See why I say this below, but in short, you probably are already, for all intents and purposes, running your database in a "container". Therefore, your resistance is futile.
Learn how to use Kubernetes taints, pod tolerations, and node affinity for designing and deploying production PostgreSQL topologies.
Deploy PostgreSQL clusters on Kubernetes with GitOps and the Postgres Operator!
I’ll guide you through the steps for installing and using the PostgreSQL Operator using the pgo-deployer. The pgo-deployer is included in the PostgreSQL Operator, and is presented in a container. In this guide, I’ll be using OpenShift 4.4.3 but any version on 3.11 or greater will work.
How to prepare your Windows computer to talk to the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator for Kubernetes.
Schedule regular PostgreSQL backups and set storage retention with Kubernetes and pgBackRest and the PostgreSQL Operator
Deploy a high-availability PostgreSQL cluster on Kubernetes by example and learn how it works.
Learn how to create PostgreSQL clusters using the Kubernetes custom resource definitions (CRDs) provided by the PostgreSQL Operator.
Learn how to deploy PostgreSQL clusters on Kubernetes with Rook Ceph Storage powered by the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator