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.
Cloud-Native BDR is a multi-master database system based on PostgreSQL and designed for Kubernetes 1.15+ that thanks to the WriteAnywhere architecture, allows your applications to reach up to 6-nines uptime availability in a year. To further explore this topic, 2ndQuadrant arranged a live webinar, “Cloud Native BDR and PostgreSQL”, hosted by Gabriele Bartolini. This webinar […]
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 […]
BDR is a rapidly evolving project — and has been generating great interest from the Postgres community. In order to give further insights into BDR, how it works and where to best apply it, 2ndQuadrant organized a live webinar on 15th January 2020. The BDR – Latest Features and Updates webinar was hosted by Simon […]
In the past year, I have had many conversations with many clients and prospects about Postgres-BDR. For those of you who don’t know this Postgres-BDR has been in production for many mission critical deployments for quite some time. We have more clients coming on board each month. Most recently, I have been meeting with […]
Since the release of v3, Postgres-BDR has evolved into the go-to clustering technology built specially for businesses that require geographically distributed databases with multiple masters. To get an update on Postgres-BDR’s development, new features, and future roadmap, 2ndQuadrant held the pglogical and Postgres-BDR Update webinar as part of its PostgreSQL webinar series. The webinar was […]
We do understand that IoT revolution is resulting in enormous amounts of data. With brisk data growth where data is mostly time series append-only, relational databases and DBAs have a rather tough task to store, maintain, archive and in some cases get rid of the old data in an efficient manner. In my previous posts, […]
In my previous post we looked at various partitioning techniques in PostgreSQL for efficient IoT data management using IoT Solution. We do understand that the basic objective behind time based partitions is to achieve better performance, especially in IoT environments, where active data is usually the most recent data. New data is usually append only […]
This blog continues the discussion from my previous post on IoT Solution‘s scalability for IoT workloads where I discussed how declarative partitioning in PostgreSQL 10 can help achieve scalability. While native declarative partitioning is a good start, the experience of creating and maintaining the same partitions I did in my last post becomes much more fun […]