Cloud Native Patterns with Postgres on K8s
Adam Wright, Senior Product Manager at EnterpriseDB is always excited to share how you can use Postgres alongside data-driven apps born in the cloud. In his DevOpsCon session “Cloud Native Patterns with Postgres on K8s”, Adam will show you some core features and how to integrate PostgreSQL into Kubernetes and OpenShift Container Platform workloads.
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Are you looking forward to putting PostgreSQL in your CI/CD pipeline? How about using PostgreSQL in a Cloud Native environment based on Kubernetes? This DevOpsCon session is the perfect opportunity for you to see where Cloud Native PostgreSQL, developed by EDB, is currently standing and how it can be integrated into your Kubernetes and OpenShift Container Platform workloads.
Cloud Native PostgreSQL is a Kubernetes operator that allows you to use the open source Community PostgreSQL database with your Cloud Native applications. Cloud Native PostgreSQL is built on solid concepts and principles such as immutable infrastructure, declarative configuration, and application containers. It works with PostgreSQL and EDB Postgres Advanced and is available for use under the EnterpriseDB Limited Use License.
In his DevOpsCon session “Cloud Native Patterns with Postgres on K8s”—Adam Wright, Senior Product Manager at EnterpriseDB will teach you all about running PostgreSQL in a cloud native world. Learn from his experience in the field and see why you should choose PostgreSQL when considering running a database in Kubernetes and the cloud native capabilities that will benefit your DevOps workflow.
PostgreSQL gives DevOps teams the necessary flexibility and the ability to perform complex tasks without having to be an expert. You can future-proof your deployment with a PostgreSQL cluster which can be deployed on public, private, and hybrid clouds using the same procedures for each. It can be used to deploy anywhere, port to any cloud, and automate DBA tasks.
Adam also discusses how we can deploy an application by following an imperative mindset—as opposed to a declarative way of thinking. Find out the difference between the two and see how declarative deployment works with a live demo.
Why is EDB the best choice when it comes to using Postgres with data-driven apps in the cloud? By the numbers, EDB is the largest PostgreSQL company, with over 5,300 lifetime customers, a 91% customer satisfaction rating, and over 300 PostgreSQL and Kubernetes experts that can help you and your team find success. They are a Kubernetes Certified Service Provider, a Silver Member of CNCF and the Linux Foundation, and have Red Hat certified Kubernetes operators.
The talk wraps up with a short demo from Adam and an introduction to the EDB docs website, where you can view documentation, trial guidance, and an interactive demo. You’ll walk away knowing what the next steps are in planning how to deploy and test on your Kubernetes cluster and how EDB can help you and your team along the way.
Watch the session and learn more about how core features such self-healing, high-availability, scalability, and updates work, and—last but not least—what DevSecOps culture and processes have produced in the area of security.
Adam Wright is a Senior Product Manager at EnterpriseDB, focused on running PostgreSQL in a cloud native world. As a former Managing Consultant and Principal Solutions Architect, Adam has helped various organizations extract value from data: financial organizations with security analytics using osquery/presto/HDFS to precision agriculture with PostGIS application development. Adam loves sharing EDB’s vision with customers for using Postgres alongside data-driven apps born in the cloud.