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Andrey Fefelov
Andrey Fefelov Mastery.pro
: December
90 мин

Postgres + patroni + consul + s3 + walg + ansible = Simple HA cluster

Patroni is getting art of state standard framework for building HA clusters with postgres now.

During session we will build simple 3 node cluster using mentioned stack.

We will discuss patroni's architecture, and most interesting parameters from it's configuration. We will check how actually failover works and how could you initialise cluster.

After session you will be able to built such cluster from scratch in minutes using given ansible playbooks.

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