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How to Use pgBackRest to Backup PostgreSQL and TimescaleDB

Managing backup environments can be complex, and, in case of failure, it’s important to reduce downtime and loss of data as much as possible. Full, differential and incremental backups are good options, they also help reduce the disk space usage. There are other important features like backup verification, uploading to remote systems or cloud, and compression, to complete our backup strategy. In this blog, we’ll see how we can use pgBackRest for backing up PostgreSQL and TimescaleDB and how we can manage all of these features from the same system.

Announcing ClusterControl 1.7.2: Improved PostgreSQL Backup & Support for TimescaleDB & MySQL 8.0

ClusterControl 1.7.2 includes support for TimescaleDB, MySQL 8.0 and Maxscale 2.2 as well as improved support for PostgreSQL monitoring & backups. It also launches two new features, CC Spotlight (a new search tool) and CMON HA (distributed fault-tolerant controllers).

The Current State of Open Source Backup Management for PostgreSQL

This blog takes a deep-dive into the most popular open source backup programs available for PostgreSQL, what their current state is, and how they compare to one another.

Top Backup Tools for PostgreSQL

This blog details various backup methods you can use for PostgreSQL including barman, bart and pgbackrest.