pg_shard continues to gain momentum as a straightforward sharding extension for PostgreSQL. We’re ecstatic each time we hear about a new deployment and are always considering what’s next.
We’ve been hard at work addressing some of those customer needs and have released a new version of pg_shard this week with our latest efforts. The changes in this release include:
- Full CitusDB integration — Distribution metadata is always in sync with CitusDB
- Better type support — Partition by enumeration or composite types
- Planning improvements — Improved internal metadata locking and function checking
- Usability enhancements — Better validations and error messages during use
Upgrading or installing is a breeze: see pg_shard’s GitHub page for detailed instructions.
Whether you want a distributed document store alongside your normal PostgreSQL tables or need the extra computational power afforded by a sharded cluster, pg_shard can help. We continue to grow pg_shard’s capabilities and are open to feature requests.
If you have any questions about pg_shard, please contact us using the pg_shard-users mailing list.
If you discover an issue when using pg_shard, please submit it to our issue tracker on GitHub.Tweet