pgEdge Platform

pgEdge Platform

pgEdge Platform is self-managed distributed PostgreSQL for developer evaluations or production use; use pgEdge Platform to self-host and self-manage pgEdge Distributed PostgreSQL in your own data center or cloud accounts.

Database nodes running pgEdge Platform can participate in clusters that span data centers and any of the major cloud providers( AWS, Azure and Google Cloud). pgEdge Platform runs on a variety of common hardware and OS combinations, and enterprise class support plans are available.

pgEdge Platform is the most complete and advanced distribution of open-source distributed PostgreSQL, supporting multi-master (active-active) distributed Postgres. It comprises:

  • Standard PostgreSQL (v14, v15, v16)
  • Spock multi-master (opens in a new tab) (active-active) logical replication extension
  • nodectl: pgEdge node and cluster controller
  • 20+ popular PostgreSQL extensions, including pgVector, pgCat, pgBackrest, PostGIS, PLpgSQL, PL/Profiler and more
  • Sample schema objects

pgEdge Platform Enterprise Edition

If your organization needs professional grade support, pgEdge offers subscriptions to pgEdge Platform Enterprise Edition support. You get all of the benefits of pgEdge Platform, plus:

  • 24/7 support by phone, email or ticketing system
  • Architecture reviews, performance reviews, and guidance
  • Early access to all software updates and new features
  • A dedicated technical account manager (TAM)
  • Fully licensed for production usage (on a per vCPU basis)

For more information about pgEdge Platform Enterprise Edition, reach out to pgEdge (opens in a new tab).

Learn More

Distributed Postgres is made possible by using logical replication to distribute changes amongst database nodes. pgEdge developed the Spock PostgreSQL extension for this purpose. Learn more about Spock at the pgEdge blog site. (opens in a new tab)

Connect with the pgEdge Community (opens in a new tab) Join the pgEdge Discord server here (opens in a new tab).

Visit our open source projects on GitHub (opens in a new tab)