Webinar Replay: How to Automate & Manage PostgreSQL with ClusterControl

Jean-Jérôme Schmidt


Thanks to everyone who joined our first webinar of 2019!

Our colleague Sebastian Insausti walked us through all the ins and outs of how to automate and manage PostgreSQL with ClusterControl!

You can now watch the replay and read through the slides of this webinar to see how much time and effort can be saved, as well as risks mitigated, with the help of a unified management platform over the more traditional, manual methods

Running PostgreSQL in production comes with the responsibility for a business critical environment, which includes high availability, disaster recovery, and performance.

Ops staff worry whether …

  • Databases are up and running
  • Backups are taken and tested for integrity
  • There are performance problems that might affect end user experience
  • Failover will work properly in case of server failure without breaking applications
  • And the list goes on …

ClusterControl can be used to operationalize your PostgreSQL footprint across your enterprise.

It offers a standard way of deploying high-availability replication setups with auto-failover, integrated with load balancers offering a single endpoint to applications. It provides constant health and performance monitoring through rich dashboards, as well as backup management and point-in-time recovery.

We’ve seen a 152% increase in ClusterControl installations by PostgreSQL users last year, so make sure you don’t miss out on the trend – and watch the replay of this webinar today.


  • Managing PostgreSQL “the old way”:
    • Common challenges
    • Important tasks to perform
    • Tools that are available to help
  • PostgreSQL automation and management with ClusterControl:
    • Deployment
    • Backup and recovery
    • HA setups
    • Failover
    • Monitoring
    • Live Demo


Sebastian Insausti has loved technology since his childhood, when he did his first computer course using Windows 3.11. And from that moment he was decided on what his profession would be. He has since built up experience with MySQL, PostgreSQL, HAProxy, WAF (ModSecurity), Linux (RedHat, CentOS, OL, Ubuntu server), Monitoring (Nagios), Networking and Virtualization (VMWare, Proxmox, Hyper-V, RHEV). He’s also a speaker and has given a few talks locally on InnoDB Cluster and MySQL Enterprise together with an Oracle team. 

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