Postgres repl SSL replication

Postgres across clusters For Postgres to work across clusters we do need to have the data being synchronized. With some other databases we do have some master-master approach, but usually have very strict requirements on latency, bandwidth, etc that we cannot solve with On-Premise + external cloud providers. If the replication is based on the storage level instead, then you face that database servers don’t deal well if the data changes underneath it, so it leads to data corruption, on top of the storage-level issues/requirements as well on bandwidth, latency, etc....

January 8, 2019 · 8 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Quay for Federation

Why this article? For Federation of OpenShift/Kubernetes clusters we want not only to demo some applications, but build a solution that covers all that will be needed in a real-world deployment. Colleagues in the Solutions Engineering team have been working on demonstrating an application running on different clusters over a Federated Control Plane, allowing it to ‘roam’ between clusters with shared data access as a way to demonstrate how an application can ‘scale’ from on-premise deployment to external clouds in order to satisfy business requirements for peak demands....

January 8, 2019 · 8 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez
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