EDB Postgres Ark DBaaS
Now in Ark 2.3...
PostgreSQL 10 support
Ark 2.3 provisions EDB Postgres Advanced Server or PostgreSQL 10 clusters.
DB configuration healing and failover.
When Ark first discovers that the database has stopped, it attempts to restart the database.
If the database does not restart, Ark will attempt to repair the database configuration and restart the database.
If Ark discovers that the database cannot be started after the configuration is healed, it initiates a fail over and creates a new master instance.
After the new master instance is provisioned, the original data volumes are attached to the new master instance and the database is started.
Database monitoring can be turned off when it is necessary to stop the database for maintenance.
- Database healing in the event of a bad postgresql configuration
- Database healing in the event of binary corruption
Postgres Authentication Support
Ark 2.3 now supports Postgres Authentication modes that support user/password authentication.
Connections between the Ark database client and the load balancer and all connections to the database servers are configured to use SSL by default. When you connect to the database or the load balancer the following message confirms that you have made an SSL connection:
SSL connection (protocol: TLSv1.2, cipher: AES256-GCM-SHA384, bits: 256, compression: off)
Effective March 31st, we will no longer engage on PostgresRocks.
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