If you are enjoying working with PostgreSQL declarative partitioning, you might be wondering how to check which partition contains a specific record. While it is quite obvious in the cases of list or range partitioning, it is a bit trickier with hash partitioning. Don’t worry. Here you can find a quick way to determine which […]
About Gabriele Bartolini
Gabriele Bartolini is a PostgreSQL enthusiast and contributes regularly to 2ndQuadrant blog.
Cloud Native PostgreSQL and Cloud Native BDR are the two Kubernetes operators written by 2ndQuadrant entirely from scratch in the Go language and relying exclusively on the Kubernetes API.
Can I use PostgreSQL in Kubernetes and expect to achieve performance results of the storage that are comparable to traditional installations on bare metal or VMs? In this article I go through the benchmarks we did in our own Private Cloud based on Kubernetes 1.17 to test the performance of local persistent volumes using OpenEBS […]
Discover in this article and video how BDR can be easily and quickly deployed on Kubernetes thanks to our Cloud Native BDR Operator. BDR is a full mesh replication solution for PostgreSQL databases developed by 2ndQuadrant that provides both high availability and multi-master capabilities. It is now available for Kubernetes on Public and Private environments, thanks to 2ndQuadrant’s Cloud Native BDR Operator and […]
PostgreSQL 13 introduces two useful features to enhance automated validation of physical backups: backup manifests and a new tool called pg_verifybackup. In this short article I attempt to provide an overview of them.
Discover how BDR and Kubernetes allow you to reach very high uptimes in a year for a database solution thanks to the fast failover capability. Watch the demo!
I am very excited to announce the first release of "Cloud Native BDR Operator" for Kubernetes. BDR Operator is the first 2ndQuadrant product to be launched in the Cloud Native landscape and it is part of our long term commitment in this area: 2ndQuadrant indeed is a Silver member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation […]
Barman 2.6 introduces support for geo-redundancy, meaning that Barman can now copy from another Barman instance, not just a PostgreSQL database.
Today our Devops team at 2ndQuadrant, led by my dear friend and trusted colleague Marco Nenciarini, released version 2.3 of Barman.
In Part 3 of this series (here are Part 1 and Part 2), I would like to demonstrate how the development of a new feature for Barman would flow through the Kanban board.