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High Availability

High Availability for PostgreSQL

Database downtime can lead to painful losses in revenue and reputation. EDB enhances PostgreSQL with tools to maintain High Availability (HA).

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How does PostgreSQL support High Availability?

PostgreSQL has built-in features to ensure business continuity

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Eliminate single points of failure

Multiple, synchronized copies of your primary database allows for manual switching over to a standby

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Handles peak loads

Increases database responsiveness by using load balancers to distribute database queries

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Connect multiple applications to one database

Maintains performance with connection pooling—sharing connections and reducing the number of new connections

How EDB supports High Availability for PostgreSQL

EDB’s tools, services and support help you maintain High Availability

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Automates failover

Failover Manager monitors your clusters, detects failures and automatically fails over to the most up to date standby

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Monitors replication lag

Postgres Enterprise Manager monitors, manages, and tunes PostgreSQL clusters, alerting you if standbys aren't current

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Provides High Availability best practices

Expert services to help you design and build High Availability architectures

remote-dba

Augments your team with PostgreSQL DBAs

EDB's Remote DBA and Cloud DBA Service can help you ease the burden of configuring and maintaining high availability

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