Cloud PostgreSQL DataBase
Enterprise-ready, fully managed PostgreSQL, built with native integration into the ALSCO Cloud
What is ALSCO Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL?
PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database, complemented by powerful enhancements like indexable JSON, publish/subscribe functions and drivers.
Databases for PostgreSQL features
Developers are able to focus on building applications rather than handling high availability, backups, logging, monitoring, scaling, hardware setup and software patching. We provide out-of-the-box integration with ALSCO Identity and Access Management to extend access control and auditing. ALSCO Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL is also automatically integrated into ALSCO Log Analysis, allowing you to access.
Every ALSCO Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL deployment is built as a highly available clustered configuration. All deployments leverage multiple availability zones, with three data centers in a given region, where available. Access to the database is also routed through a single endpoint for easy driver configuration and seamless database failover handling.
All data is encrypted at rest and in motion. You can leverage integrations with ALSCO Key Protect to bring your own encryption key for disk storage. All data-in-transit uses TLS connections, and data-at-rest is encrypted by default, always. Database backups are also automatically encrypted at rest. The ability to set IP whitelists and integrations with ALSCO Identity and Access Management.
ALSCO Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL allows you to scale disk and RAM independently to best fit your application requirements. You can also add read replicas to your PostgreSQL deployments to offload traffic from your leader database. Read replicas provide increased availability of your data in disaster-recovery situations, allowing for greater business continuity and enhanced performance.
Databases for PostgreSQL is billed hourly and helps enable you to separately scale disk, RAM and vCPUs for each of your deployments. No need to migrate instance classes to accommodate growth.