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PgBouncer is a lightweight connection pooler for PostgreSQL. It supports Session pooling, Transaction pooling, Statement pooling. It is not tied to one backend server. The destination databases can reside on different hosts. It has low memory requirements (2 kB per connection by default). This is because PgBouncer does not need to see full packets at once.
This is a Heroku buildpack that allows one to run pgbouncer and stunnel in a dyno alongside application code. It is meant to be used in conjunction with other buildpacks. The primary use of this buildpack is to allow for transaction pooling of PostgreSQL database connections among multiple workers in a dyno. For example, 10 unicorn workers would be able to share a single database connection, avoiding connection limits and Out Of Memory errors on the Postgres server.
Metabase is the easy, open source way for everyone in your company to ask questions and learn from data. Get a real-time glimpse into what your company is learning about your data. Activity helps people in your company find an answer, jump start their own exploration, or improve existing questions.
pgAdmin is the most popular and feature rich administration and development platform for PostgreSQL. It is designed to answer the needs of all users, from writing simple SQL queries to developing complex databases. The graphical interface supports all PostgreSQL features and makes administration easy. The application also includes a syntax highlighting SQL editor, a server-side code editor, an SQL/batch/shell job scheduling agent, support for the Slony-I replication engine and much more.
Software is packaged as Docker (for custom setup see the last paragraph below, for a Docker quickstart see here) for getting started quickly. After some minutes you could open the "db-overview" dashboard and start looking at metrics. For defining your own dashboards you need to log in as admin (admin/pgwatch2admin). NB! If you don't want to add the "test" database (the pgwatch2 configuration db) for monitoring set the NOTESTDB=1 env parameter when launching the image.
The original webpack-dashboard, was fun and people seemed to like it. Unless they were on Windows, or used a weird terminal set up, or if they just wanted more.Making things work across a variety of different terminal environments is pretty rough. Also, a web GUI provides some unique UI possibilities that weren't there with the term display.
Pgweb is a web-based database browser for PostgreSQL, written in Go. Main idea behind using Go for backend development is to utilize ability of the compiler to produce zero-dependency binaries for multiple platforms. Pgweb was created as an attempt to build very simple and portable application to work with local or remote PostgreSQL databases.
.NET Dev Tools Dashboard is a WPF application that implements the Prism 4 standards. Modules can be added at runtime and after install of the base Dashboard shell. The first module is a WPF Gui for NAnt based on Colin Svingen's Gui for NAnt open source app for Windows Forms.
Buttermilk is a *DISCONTINUED* 2D XNA game / GUI engine that was being built for the game "Rogue Bishop". It's a very easy-to-use 2D game engine which tranparently supports 3D objects in the 2D scene graph. It currently includes a dynamically-skinned GUI system. The GUI system...
PostGIS is a spatial database extender for PostgreSQL object-relational database. It adds support for geographic objects allowing location queries to be run in SQL. PostGIS adds extra types (geometry, geography, raster and others) to the PostgreSQL database. It also adds functions, operators, and index enhancements that apply to these spatial types.
SIDU is a FREE database web GUI written in PHP. Handy and powerful for MySQL + PostgreSQL + SQLite + CUBRID. SIDU is simple and easy DB tool to use! SIDU has all features you need for database admin and web development. It's a great DB admin tool! No installation need. Best database front-end web based tools, cross platform looking no further
Graphical SQL report writer, designer and rendering engine, optimized for PostgreSQL. WYSIWYG display, GUI built with Qt, runs on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X. Reports can be saved as XML, either as files or in a database.
Freeboard is a turn-key HTML-based "engine" for dashboards. Besides a nice looking layout engine, it provides a plugin architecture for creating datasources (which fetch data) and widgets (which display data)— freeboard then does all the work to connect the two together. Another feature of freeboard is its ability to run entirely in the browser as a single-page static web app without the need for a server.
Citus is a distributed database that scales across commodity servers using transparent sharding and replication. Citus extends the underlying database rather than forking it, giving developers and enterprises the power and familiarity of a relational database. As an extension, Citus supports new PostgreSQL releases, and allows you to benefit from new features while maintaining compatibility with existing PostgreSQL tools.
Sphinix is free open-source SQL full-text search engine. How do you implement full-text search for that 10+ million row table, keep up with the load, and stay relevant? Sphinx is good at those kinds of riddles.
An instant, highly-performant GraphQL API for your PostgreSQL database, extensible via a powerful plugin system. Note: v1-v3 of this project were named PostGraphQL. A v3-v4 migration guide is available here and you can check out some of the new features here. No more development is taking place on v3, but you can still access its branch here.
Not every program listed in the Prerequisites section is necessary to run NewsBlur. You will want to have your database set up before you begin installation. Fabric can install both PostgreSQL and MongoDB for you, but only on Ubuntu. Mac OS X users will want to have MySQL or PostgreSQL already installed. You can download MySQL or download PostgreSQL. Additionally, if running as a development machine on Mac OS X, I would recommend using MySQL with Sequel Pro as a GUI.