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Postgres OperatorGet Postgres up and running on your Kubernetes cluster

Self-service tools for developers and data scientists to easily get productive with PostgreSQL and Crunchy Data products.

Install PGO

You can install PGO from the repo using the commands below:

kubectl apply -k kustomize/install/namespacekubectl apply --server-side -k kustomize/install/default

This will create a namespace called postgres-operator and create all of the objects required to deploy PGO.

To check on the status of your install, you can run:

kubectl -n postgres-operator get pods \--selector=postgres-operator.crunchydata.com/control-plane=postgres-operator \--field-selector=status.phase=Running

If the PGO Pod is healthy, you should see output similar to:

NAME                 READY   STATUS    RESTARTS   AGEpostgres-operator   1/1     Running   0          3s

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