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Azure Database for PostgreSQL is a relational database service based on the open source Postgres database engine. It is a fully managed database as a service offering capable of handling mission-critical workloads with predictable performance, security, high availability, and dynamic scalability. Develop applications with Azure Database for PostgreSQL leveraging the open source tools and platform of your choice.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 1/14/2020, Video, 0:18:44
    Postgres is the world's fastest growing open-source database. It runs in many places, including on Azure (through our Azure Database for PostgreSQL offering), and in your own...
  2. 1/14/2020, Video, 0:55:19
    Cloud is fueling the growth of open source databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB. More than 70% of new applications are developed with these databases. Azure offers...

Azure Database for PostgreSQL Videos

Building geo-spatial applications with Azure Database for PostgreSQL
3/18/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Azure
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Building real-time analytics applications with Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale (Citus)
3/18/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Azure
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Azure Arc: Bring Hyperscale PostgreSQL to on-premises and multi-cloud
3/17/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Azure
[0:16:03]
Simplifying migrations to Azure Database for PostgreSQL
3/13/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Azure
[0:17:15]
Why Azure is the best destination to run PostgreSQL
3/12/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Azure
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Azure Database for PostgreSQL News

3/17/2020, Service Updates
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in Preview and GA.
3/3/2020, Azure Tips and Tricks
Microsoft Azure provides support for a wide variety of commercial (SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance) and open source databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB). When it comes to protecting your...
3/2/2020, Microsoft Azure Blog
Over the last decade, Microsoft has become one of the largest open source contributors in the world, adding to Hadoop, Linux, Kubernetes, Python, and more.
12/10/2019, Azure Podcast
Evan talks about a recent support case he worked on and how it's easy to blame Azure for everything that goes wrong when moving to the Cloud. Media file:...
11/23/2019, Service Updates
Now in preview for East US and UK South regions only, Azure Database for PostgreSQL Single Server provides support for service health notifications for planned maintenance.
11/20/2019, Service Updates
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter IDs and names of Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL and MariaDB General Purpose -Large Scale Storage will change.
11/19/2019, Service Updates
Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of Switzerland.
11/15/2019, Azure Podcast
Senior PM Andrew Liu from the Azure Cosmos DB Team, is back on the show to share his passion for Cosmos DB and gives us all the service updates announced at Ignite 2019. Media file:...
11/15/2019, Azure Podcast
Senior PM Andrew Liu from the Azure Cosmos DB Team, is back on the show to share his passion for Cosmos DB and gives us all the service updates announced at Ignite 2019. Media file:...
11/13/2019, Service Updates
Now in general availability, user role management enables management of Postgres user roles on Hyperscale (Citus) server group nodes in addition to "citus" and other built-in roles.
11/13/2019, Service Updates
Now in general availability, Hyperscale (Citus) supports a 64 vCore compute option in addition to the 4, 8, 16, and 32 vCore choices previously available.
11/13/2019, Service Updates
Now in general availability, HA allows for minimal database downtime by maintaining standby replicas of every node in a server group.
11/12/2019, Service Updates
Azure Database for PostgreSQL Single Server reserved capacity is now available to reserve compute power for your existing and future PostgreSQL servers.
11/11/2019, Service Updates
Azure Database for PostgreSQL–Single now has support for up to 16 TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS. With this functionality, you get five times more storage for database servers, as well as...