How to Get Kubernetes and PostgreSQL Working Together

For hosting the latest generation of online, transactional applications, more organizations are going cloud native using microservices and Kubernetes containers that are far more lightweight and agile than traditional IT solutions such as virtual machines.  

As they do that, they often face a major challenge: integrating Kubernetes with an underlying relational database in a solution—without overspending—can be a challenge. That’s why Diamanti is providing Postgres Managed Service, a fully supported Kubernetes-native database solution based on Postgres.  

You can learn more about Diamanti’s Postgres Managed Service here. 

Very simply, Postgres is the most advanced, open-source relational database available today.  Through its unique ability to deliver the performance and functionality of a commercial database such as Oracle, but at a far lower cost, Postgres has become the open-source relational database of choice for many people and organizations. 

Diamanti’s Postgres Managed Service bundles Diamanti’s high performance Ultima Accelerator Kubernetes appliance (implemented on Dell, Lenovo or other OEM server options) with a fully supported Postgres solution.   

Compute, storage and networking infrastructure are all included as well as the latest Kubernetes distribution and a monitoring and management console designed for large, multi-cluster implementations.  

With its offload technology, the Diamanti solution is the only database optimized Kubernetes platform that meets the stringent performance and high availability SLAs required in enterprise environments.​  

Learn more here. To speak to someone at Diamanti directly go here or call 408-539-3283.