Provision, Upgrade, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Monitor, Backup & Restore, Security for PgBouncer in Kubernetes on any Public & Private Cloud
4 name: pgbouncer-demo
5 namespace: demo
9 - admin
10 - admin1
11 maxClientConnections: 20
12 reservePoolSize: 5
14 - alias: postgres
15 databaseName: postgres
17 name: quick-postgres
18 namespace: demo
19 replicas: 1
20 terminationPolicy: Delete
22 name: db-user-pass
23 version: 1.18.0
As the world’s enterprises rapidly move to the cloud, and containers are taking over the world of software development, Kubernetes is the platform that lets users seamlessly deploy, scale, run containers, and manage their application life-cycle.
But, running databases and stateful applications in Kubernetes has always been a challenge. And it is really difficult to Run and Manage Production-Grade Databases on Kubernetes. Every Enterprise needs a Production-Grade operator to deploy its databases and manage its life cycle on Kubernetes.
KubeDB is the leader in Kubernetes Native Database Management Solutions which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup & Restore, Failure detection, and Recovery for various popular databases on private and public clouds. KubeDB developed the first-ever Production-Grade Kubernetes operator for PgBouncer to manage its Day-2 operations. KubeDB is a managed DBaaS that allows developers to run their databases alongside the respective application. You can simply deploy PgBouncer on Kubernetes and manage its Day-2 operations via KubeDB PgBouncer Operator.
If you can run Kubernetes, you can simply provision PgBouncer using KubeDB. You don’t need to worry about all of the knowledge of Kubernetes Concept, Helm, and PgBouncer server side setup. KubeDB simplifies the whole process for you. You just have to use standard Kubernetes CLI and API to provision PgBouncer.
Upgrading the pgbouncer version in Kubernetes is complicated. Upgrade operation should follow a specific order. KubeDB allows you to upgrade your running PgBouncer version without any downtime. You can upgrade your pgbouncer to any major or minor update of the PgBouncer version.
To improve your pgbouncer performance you have to make sure that your pgbouncer is scalable. KubeDB offers both Vertical and Horizontal Scaling of PgBouncer in Kubernetes. You can simply scale your PgBouncer cluster in Kubernetes using KubeDB.
KubeDB comes with native support for monitoring via Prometheus. You can use builtin Prometheus scrapper or CoreOS Prometheus Operator to monitor your PgBouncer in Kubernetes. You can use the Grafana to view key operational metrics, including compute/memory/storage capacity utilization, I/O activity, and instance connections.
To secure a pgbouncer your data needs to go through a cryptographic protocol that provides end-to-end security of the data transmission over the network. You can secure your PgBouncer with TLS using KubeDB. Also, KubeDB allows you to use encrypted storage for your pgbouncer using keys you manage through your cloud provider’s key management service.
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I work with a few Kubernetes clusters and we use Voyager as our preferred ingress controller. We really like the ease of configuration. Documentation is pretty good. Also the use of HaProxy is important for us because it works really well with both L4 and L7 load balancing. One of our TCP services, Wayk Now, is able to withstand thousands of persistent connections very smoothly at the same time.
We really like using Voyager. Its straightforward and well-documented config and SSL (especially Let's Encrypt) has made our migration of services to Kubernetes a breeze. Each major version has been a very welcome update!
Here are a few of the questions we get the most. If you don't see what's on your mind, contact us anytime.
Yes, you can manage as many databases as you want within a single subscription to KubeDB, and there is no extra charge for that!
Yes, of course! KubeDB is platform-independent. You can use KubeDB in any cloud or on-premises.
KubeDB is running in production by multiple Governments and large organizations. Your data is always safe within KubeDB.
We offer 24x7 technical system and maintain SLA to provide 100% reliability to our customers.
Yes, Stash is seemingly integrated with KubeDB. There is no extra charge for using Stash. It is complimentary with KubeDB.
Of course! We offer a 30 days license free of cost to try fully featured KubeDB.
There is no cancellation fee. But plans are subject to minimum duration (1 year) as stated above.
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KubeDB is FREE to use on any supported Kubernetes engines. You can deploy and manage your database in Kubernetes using KubeDB. There is no up-front investment required. We offer a 30 days license FREE of cost to try KubeDB.