We are now supporting Citus on Crunchy Bridge. Craig walks through how to set it up and what to know before you get started.
Automate Postgres with your review apps! Chris offers up some sample code for GitHub actions and getting a test Postgres database created, getting the connection string to your review app, and closing it down.
Crunchy Bridge now has database insights to keep track of key performance indicators for your Postgres database. From database tools like slow queries and cache hit ratio, to machine stats like CPU and IOPS, and a production check. We are making database management easier than ever.
We are excited to announce that Crunchy Bridge has integrated with Tailscale to provide easy and secure access to your database from any of your devices.
Connection pooling with pgBouncer is great. For some our customers with high transaction loads, we can run multiple PgBouncers. Read about running multiple connection poolers and how we approach scaling out this part of your infrastructure.
Get under the hood of the Crunchy Bridge platform. We dig into some of the development codebase with Ruby, Sorbet, Parlour, and the Sequel ORM. Read about why we’re using these tools and what they bring to the table for the long term.
We’re excited to announce our new hobby plans. Postgres instances now start at $10 per month. No charges for $5 or less a month. Get started on Crunchy Bridge today.
With Postgres Container Apps you can, from directly inside Postgres with a simple function call, spin up a container that is running right alongside your Postgres database!
Crunchy Bridge can now be deployed through the new Red Hat OpenShift Database Access (RHODA).
A few highlights of the last couple months include an updated front end, in place upgrades, Postgres 14 support, and maintenance windows. Plus a bonus preview of what's coming soon.
Crunchy Data, the leading provider of trusted open source PostgreSQL, is proud to announce the addition of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to its list of providers supported on Crunchy Bridge.
The PostGIS raster has a steep learning curve, but it opens up some unique possibilities for data analysis and accessing non-standard data from within PostgreSQL. Here's an example that shows how to access raster data from PostGIS running on Crunchy Bridge.
Today you don’t need a reason for choosing Postgres, if you do all your answers are above. Today the question has really shifted to what are you not using Postgres for, and how can the community better support that happening natively in Postgres in the future.
Crunchy Bridge delivers on the premise of a managed database service allowing you to focus on your application not your database, but we go several steps further.