What is Azure Arc enabled PostgreSQL Hyperscale?
You would like to modernize to the cloud but you can’t migrate everything overnight? For regulatory/compliance reasons you need to keep some workloads on your premises while you move other applications to the cloud? You need a database engine that is able to scale dynamically, with no downtime to match the growth of your multi-tenant/SaaS workloads or your real-time analytics applications? You are already using the Postgres database engine or you are planning to migrate to it? You would like to use the same Postgres based solution both as a managed service in the cloud and in your data center? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join us in this session to learn about Azure Arc enabled PostgreSQL Hyperscale. This is a new hybrid Azure data service that runs on any physical infrastructure, on premises, at the edge or in the cloud (Azure, AWS, GCP). It is the same technology as the Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale (Citus) managed service and is now available on the infrastructure of your choice with Azure Arc. Like its sibling in Azure PaaS, Azure Arc enabled PostgreSQL Hyperscale uses the open source Citus extension to scale horizontally, transform Postgres into a distributed database by distributing your data and your queries across all the nodes in a cluster. In the cloud and on your own infrastructure, we have it for you. Let’s connect.
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