Charmed PostgreSQL K8s
- By Canonical Data Platform
|latest/stable||20||20 Sep 2022|
|14/stable||73||18 Apr 2023|
|14/candidate||73||18 Apr 2023|
|14/beta||73||18 Apr 2023|
juju deploy postgresql-k8s --channel 14/stable
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Charmed PostgreSQL K8s tutorial
The Charmed PostgreSQL K8s Operator delivers automated operations management from day 0 to day 2 on the PostgreSQL relational database. It is an open source, end-to-end, production-ready data platform on top of Juju. As a first step this tutorial shows you how to get Charmed PostgreSQL K8s up and running, but the tutorial does not stop there. Through this tutorial you will learn a variety of operations, everything from adding replicas to advanced operations such as enabling Transport Layer Security (TLS). In this tutorial we will walk through how to:
- Set up an environment using Multipass with MicroK8s and Juju.
- Deploy PostgreSQL using a single command.
- Access the database directly.
- Add high availability with PostgreSQL Patroni-based cluster.
- Request and change passwords.
- Automatically create PostgreSQL users via Juju relations.
- Reconfigure TLS certificate in one command.
While this tutorial intends to guide and teach you as you deploy Charmed PostgreSQL K8s, it will be most beneficial if you already have a familiarity with:
- Basic terminal commands.
- PostgreSQL concepts such as replication and users.
Here’s an overview of the steps required with links to our separate tutorials that deal with each individual step:
- Set up the environment
- Deploy PostgreSQL
- Managing your units
- Manage passwords
- Relate your PostgreSQL to other applications
- Enable security
- Cleanup your environment
The Charmed PostgreSQL K8s Operator is distributed under the Apache Software License, version 2.0. It installs/operates/depends on PostgreSQL, which is licensed under PostgreSQL License, a liberal Open Source license, similar to the BSD or MIT licenses…
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