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Parikshit Savjani

Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

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Bitnami Apache Airflow Multi-Tier now available in Azure Marketplace 

By Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

A few months ago, we released a blog post that provided guidance on how to deploy Apache Airflow on Azure. The template in the blog provided a good quick start solution for anyone looking to quickly run and deploy Apache Airflow on Azure in sequential executor mode for testing and proof of concept study.

Published • 4 min read

Performance best practices for using Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Connection Pooling 

By Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

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.

Published • 3 min read

Deploying Apache Airflow in Azure to build and run data pipelines 

By Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

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.

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Run your LOB applications with PostgreSQL powered by the plv8 extension 

By Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

We are extremely excited to announce that the plv8 extension for PostgreSQL is now enabled in all generally available regions of the Azure Database for PostgreSQL service. The plv8 extension was one of the highly requested UserVoice asks from our growing customer base and the PostgreSQL community.

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Automate your Azure Database for MySQL deployments using ARM templates 

By Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service

The Azure Database for MySQL REST API enables DevOps engineers to automate and integrate provisioning, while configuring and operating managed MySQL servers and databases in Azure. The API allows the creation, enumeration, management, and deletion of MySQL servers and databases on the Azure Database for MySQL service.