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Latest Release: v3.1, 2019-05-26

General

The postgres-operator is a controller that runs within a Kubernetes cluster that provides a means to deploy and manage PostgreSQL clusters.

Please view the official Crunchy Data PostgreSQL Operator documentation here. If you are interested in contributing or making an update to the documentation, please view the Contributing Guidelines.

Official Documentation

Installation

To build and deploy the Operator on your Kubernetes system, follow the instructions documented on the Installation page.

If you’re seeking to upgrade your existing Operator installation, please visit the Upgrading the Operator page.

More design information is found on the How It Works page.

Configuration

The operator is template-driven; this makes it simple to configure both the client and the operator. The configuration options are documented on the Configuration page.

Getting Started

postgres-operator commands are documented on the Getting Started page.

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