Wer verwendet Aiven PostgreSQL?
SMEs and large corporations that need an immediately deployable and scalable managed cloud database service so they can focus their development resources on building and bringing products to market.
Was ist Aiven PostgreSQL?
Aiven PostgreSQL is a scalable, fully-managed Database-as-a-Service available on all major clouds. We include support for multiple users and databases in our plans, and provide features such as forking and connection pooling. Your data is safe with Aiven because we encrypt it at rest and in transit, and run your services on dedicated virtual machines. Set up in 10 minutes and enjoy peace of mind while focusing on your core business. Start today!
Aiven PostgreSQL – Details
Aiven PostgreSQL – Preisübersicht
Aiven PostgreSQL ist verfügbar ab 19,00 $/Monat. Aiven PostgreSQL bietet keine Gratisversion, aber eine kostenlose Testversion. Weitere Preisinformationen für Aiven PostgreSQL findest du unten.
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Aiven PostgreSQL – Nutzerbewertungen
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Bewertet am 7.4.2019
Focus on the productive stuff
Kommentare: Extremely esay to use and get started with in seconds. Very helpful support if so be needed and a very reliable service.
Vorteile: It's incredibly easy to spin up a postgreSQL instance and start being productive. Everything from creating a secure password to SSL-certificates are handled automatically. Point in time backups make you confident to use and test without gambling hours of work and for the serious tests and development environments - spin up a replica by forking the database with the press of a button!
Nachteile: It is a bit expensive if you need more disk space, which isn't unusual when dealing with data and databases.
Bewertet am 2.10.2019
An excellent, full-featured database provider
The general ease of operation for:
- Spinning up new databases
- Scaling up
- Scaling down
- Migrating to a different region
- Restoring backups
Is really great. It's amazing how many features you get out of the box.
The plans with redundancy are also cool because you get full access to the slave as a read-only replica, this means you can run heavy select queries without putting load on the main database.
There is a very significant "it just works" factor to it, which is not something I would imagine myself saying about a database provider so easily.
They are not the cheapest
Monitoring/alerting options were a bit lackluste, but this has improved recently.
Bewertet am 7.1.2020
Kommentare: Overall all of my interactions with the Aiven team have been positive, even if we didn't arrive at a solution the support team is knowledgeable and truly tries to help. As for the system itself it has been pretty rock solid so far. Keep up the good work.
Vorteile: The confidence I have that the DB will be running, that if there is an update or upgrade I can (from the DB side) simply click a button to deploy it.
Nachteile: We are currently transitioning most of our app to k8s and the systems just don't seem to work super well with Digital Ocean's current solution. (We don't get VPC's and as such have issue with whitelisting correct IP's as they tend to change)
Bewertet am 24.10.2019
Best managed DB so far
Kommentare: After we started using Aiven, DB's have been one thing that we don't have to worry about.
Vorteile: It was just super simple to start using it. The possibility to deploy the service to the same locations where we host our capacity was crucial for us. Also as a nice plus, aiven has made their own Terraform provider which we also use to manage our capacity.
Nachteile: Option to create "Service Accounts" would be really nice. Currently all the API tokens are tied to actual user accounts and that might cause problems at some point. But other than that there's not much not to like :)
Bewertet am 23.8.2018
Nachteile: Not being able to copy from one gb to another easily or automatically
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Aiven an 20.2.2019
Thank you for your comment. You can find more information about copying entire databases from one service another from: https://help.aiven.io/postgresql/getting-started/migrating-your-existing-postgresql-database-to-aiven
Hope this helps!