Tag Archives: PostgreSQL

Apache Druid: PostgreSQL as Metadata storage, and replace ZooKeeper with Kubernetes Extensions

5 October 2022
 

  We continue with a series of posts about Apache Druid. In the first part, we took a look at the Apache Druid itself – its architecture and monitoring, in the second part – we ran a PostgreSQL cluster and set up its monitoring. Next tasks: switch Druid to PostgreSQL as metadata storage instead of Apache Derby… Read More »

PostgreSQL: PostgreSQL Operator for Kubernetes, and its Prometheus monitoring

23 September 2022
 

  So, we’ve launched Druid, see Apache Druid: Overview, Running in Kubernetes, and Monitoring with Prometheus . So far, a local Apache Derby database is used as the default storage for metadata . Next, we will switch Druid to PostgreSQL, and later we will remove ZooKeeper from the cluster setup. To begin with, let’s start a PostgreSQL cluster in Kubernetes,… Read More »