Architecting & Building a Multi-cloud Postgres Managed Service

Louise Grandjonc and Craig Kerstiens | Crunchy Data

It’s one thing to install a single Postgres server, configure wal-e or pgBackRest, and watch and babysit your single production database. It’s another to install Postgres and say your job is done as long as the server is up, it’s the user’s problem. How do you give a great database experience to thousands of users without dying from pager burnout? Crunchy Bridge is an attempt for a better option for Postgres hosting. We’ll look mostly at how it’s built with a little time on why we feel the need for there to be yet another Postgres managed service offering.


Architecting & Building a Multi-cloud Postgres Managed Service

Louise Grandjonc and Craig Kerstiens | Crunchy Data

It’s one thing to install a single Postgres server, configure wal-e or pgBackRest, and watch and babysit your single production database. It’s another to install Postgres and say your job is done as long as the server is up, it’s the user’s problem. How do you give a great database experience to thousands of users without dying from pager burnout? Crunchy Bridge is an attempt for a better option for Postgres hosting. We’ll look mostly at how it’s built with a little time on why we feel the need for there to be yet another Postgres managed service offering.