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Automating PostgreSQL Daily Tasks Using Jenkins

This blog details how to automate several daily tasks you need to run a successful PostgreSQL setup using Jenkins.

An Overview of PostgreSQL & MySQL Cross Replication

The blog gives a detailed account of achieving cross replication between MySQL and PostgreSQL databases using two of the renowned tools of the open source community. A step-by-step demo configuration gives the audience an easy to implement guide including a summarized explanation of which tool is rated over the other.

PostgreSQL: Query Parallelism in Action

A parallel query is a method used to increase the execution speed of SQL queries by creating multiple query processes that divide the workload of a SQL statement and executing it in parallel or at the same time. In this blog, we’ll explore this concept and how it relates to PostgreSQL.

Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solutions - Part Four: Microsoft Azure

The last in our four part series “Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solution” this blog takes a close (and somewhat painful) look at Microsoft Azure and benchmark it for PostgreSQL using pgbench and sysbench.

How to Deploy PostgreSQL to a Docker Container Using ClusterControl

Deploying a single PostgreSQL instance on Docker is fairly easy, but deploying a replication cluster requires a bit more work. In this blog, we’ll see how to deploy PostgreSQL on Docker and how we can make it easier to configure a primary-standby replication setup with ClusterControl.

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.

Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solutions - Part Three: Google Cloud

This blog performance benchmarks Google Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL 9.6.10 using pgbench and sysbench.

Performance Monitoring for TimescaleDB

Doing a performance monitoring in TimescaleDB is always a challenging task, especially for a very huge time-series data. ClusterControl offers a way to help a DBA or a developer to make things feasible and productive with the aid of the different features integrated within ClusterControl. Check out this blog as we showcases what are these and how you can leverage ClusterControl to monitor your TimescaleDB cluster.

How to Deploy Highly Available PostgreSQL with Single Endpoint for WordPress

In this blog, we will learn how to setup Postgres in high availability mode, with a single endpoint for your WordPress service. We’ll also see how ClusterControl can help us manage the failover processes across database and load balancers.

Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solutions - Part Two: Amazon RDS

This is part 2 in the series where we put different cloud providers head-to-head to see which one stands out. This blog is about benchmarking Amazon RDS using pgbench and sysbench and then comparing it to Amazon Aurora.

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