This blog is a continuation of a series of blog posts to share best practices for improving performance and scale when using Azure Database for PostgreSQL service. In this post, we will focus on the benefits of using connection pooling and share our recommendations to improve connection resiliency, performance, and scalability of applications running on Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
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Generally available: Lsv2-series Azure Virtual Machines; Generally available: Query Store for Azure SQL Data Warehouse; The Things Network and Azure IoT connect LoRaWAN devices; and so much more.
We are excited to announce public preview availability of Read Replicas for Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Azure Database for PostgreSQL now supports continuous, asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for PostgreSQL server (the "master”) to up to five Azure Database for PostgreSQL servers (the “read replicas”) in the same region.
Today, we announced the acquisition of Citus Data, an innovative open source extension to scale out PostgreSQL databases without the need to re-architect existing applications. Citus Data delivers unparalleled performance and scalability by intelligently distributing data and queries across multiple nodes, which makes sharding simple.
At Ignite 2018, Microsoft’s Azure Database for PostgreSQL announced the preview of Query Store (QS), Query Performance Insight (QPI), and Performance Recommendations (PR) to help ease performance troubleshooting, in response to customer feedback. This blog intends to inspire ideas on how you can use features that are currently available to troubleshoot some common scenarios.
Apache Airflow is an open source platform used to author, schedule, and monitor workflows. Airflow overcomes some of the limitations of the cron utility by providing an extensible framework that includes operators, programmable interface to author jobs, scalable distributed architecture, and rich tracking and monitoring capabilities.
Most modern applications are built using events whether it is reacting to changes coming from IoT devices, responding to a new listing in a marketplace solution, or initiating business processes from customer requests.
Whether you are a developer, database administrator, site reliability engineer, or a DevOps professional at your company, monitoring databases is an important part of maintaining the reliability, availability, and performance of your PostgreSQL server.
In March 2018, Microsoft announced general availability of Azure Database for PostgreSQL. A simple and fully managed database service for PostgreSQL that removes the complexities around infrastructure management, data availability, protection, and scale.
In mid-July, I blogged about the exciting updates and additions we had made to the Azure Database Migration Service (DMS) and our data migration tools.