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New target_session_attrs settings for high availability and scaling in PostgreSQL v14

by Laurenz Albe | 03.2021
  PostgreSQL commit ee28cacf61 has added new options for the target_session_attrs connection parameter. This article explores how the new options […]

Introduction and How-To: etcd clusters for Patroni

by Julian Markwort | 11.2019
etcd is one of several solutions to a problem that is faced by many programs that run in a distributed […]

Patroni : Setting up a highly available PostgreSQL Cluster

by Julian Markwort | 09.2019
Patroni is a cluster manager used to customize and automate deployment and maintenance of PostgreSQL HA (High Availability) clusters. It […]

PostgreSQL High Availability and Patroni - an Introduction.

by Julian Markwort | 09.2019
Are you running PostgreSQL databases or plan to do so? Have you thought about disaster recovery? What happens if your […]

ALTER TABLE: High-Availability taken care of

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 01.2018
High availability in PostgreSQL: When running an application in production, it might happen that the data structure has to be […]

How we built our cluster in a box

by Ants Aasma | 11.2017
During this year's we displayed a "cluster in a box" demo case with Patroni. Many of you inquired about how […]
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