Zalando’s Patroni: a Template for High Availability PostgreSQL

A customized, high-availability PostgreSQL solution using Python and a distributed configuration store.

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Oleksii Kliukin

Database Engineer

Posted on Feb 03, 2016

Last week members of Zalando’s database engineering team spoke at FOSDEM PGDay, an event hosted by the PostgreSQL community the day before the FOSDEM conference in Brussels. PGDay was a big success, with a record number of attendees and lots of great talks. I presented on Patroni, Zalando’s Python-based PostgreSQL controller to provide automatic failover functionality for PostgreSQL. Check out my slides below! You can find out more about Patroni and our other open source projects on our GitHub page.

High Availability PostgreSQL with Zalando Patroni from Zalando Tech

If you’re heading to PGConf in Moscow this week, come say hi. And don’t miss the talk by Zalando Head of Data Engineering Valentine Gogichashvili on Data integration in the World of Microservices.

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