Introducing the kube-pg-upgrade CLI

kubernetes postgres
2024-06-22
By Thomas Kooi

As software and DevOps engineers, spinning up new PostgreSQL deployments for various applications, clusters, and environments is a straightforward task. However, these deployments inevitably require updates over time. Not all PostgreSQL deployments are managed by an operator, and upgrading these instances can involve significant manual effort.

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