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Azure Data Factory now supports Azure Database for PostgreSQL as a sink. Use the copy activity feature to load data into Azure Database for PostgreSQL from any supported data source.
Audit logging on Azure SQL Database for PostgreSQL via PGAudit is now available in preview. Produce audit logs of events including writes, reads, role changes, and DDL with the audit extension.
Cross-region read replicas are now generally available in Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL 11, the latest major version of PostgreSQL, is now generally available in Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
We are excited to announce support for up to 16 TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS in Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now in preview.
We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for PostgreSQL users can opt in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available.
We are pleased to announce that Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of South Africa North and South Africa West.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL now provides preview support for the latest major version of PostgreSQL, version 11.
Now generally available, the orafce extension is supported on Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
We’re pleased to announce the preview of Hyperscale (Citus), a new deployment option for Azure Database for PostgreSQL that scales out Postgres horizontally.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL now supports asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for PostgreSQL server to up to five servers in the same region.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL now provides general availability support for Query Store, which is one of three features comprising the Intelligent Performance feature set. Query Store collects and stores query execution statistics and wait event distributions.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL can learn and adapt to users’ workloads. The generally available release of Performance Recommendations, which is one of three features comprising the Intelligent Performance feature set, provides users with a list of recommendations for creating or dropping new indexes to potentially improve the performance of their workloads.
The Query Performance Insights feature in Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now generally available. Query Performance Insights is one of the three features that comprise the Intelligent Performance feature set.
Microsoft has established a partnership with Timescale that introduces support for TimescaleDB in Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Target availability: Q1 2019
Azure Data Studio, our cross-platform data editor, now provides preview support for PostgreSQL. A Microsoft extension for PostgreSQL in Visual Studio Code is now also in preview.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL users can now take advantage of the Hasura GraphQL Engine, a lightweight, high-performance, open-source product that instantly provides a real-time GraphQL API on a Postgres database.
Microsoft’s open-source database services, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, now provide the ability to scale up compute to 64 vCores in the general purpose pricing tiers and to 32 vCores in the memory-optimised tiers.
From 1 April 2019, the resource GUIDs and names for Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL will change.
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