PostgreSQL 15 for Ubuntu 20.04.02

Kockpit Analytics Pvt. Ltd

PostgreSQL 15 for Ubuntu 20.04.02

Kockpit Analytics Pvt. Ltd

Fully managed, open-source, distributed PostgreSQL database service for highly scalable apps.

About the Image:

Now you can enjoy the quick and hassle-free configuration of your workspaces with Kockpit’s pre-configured images. Postgres is a virtual machine image (VMI) created for Ubuntu (OS) that allows you to set up your machines within minutes.

In this, the user just needs to open pgAdmin and connect to Postgres via its IP address.

The distribution of PostgreSQL 15 is based on Linux and is provided by Kockpit Analytics Pvt. Ltd. Hadoop and Spark Image is designed for Production Environments on Azure.

Benefits of using PostgreSQL 15 VMI

  • Create and use: The user just needs to create a VM and can use Postgres. There is no need for any installation.

  • Simple to use: While manual setup can be complex and time-consuming, VMI, like PostgreSQL 15, can be implemented with just a few simple steps.
  • Require less time: Traditional setup process requires configuring different paths, modifying numerous settings, and writing complex code. With Kockpit images, on the other hand, you can do it in just minutes.
  • Complexity:Kockpit follows a low code approach, making it less complex to use images for PostgreSQL 15.

Why use Kockpit Apps?

Being a prominent name in the market, Kockpit ensures a level of standard in its products. Similarly, Images offered by Kockpit Analytics are always up-to-date, secure, and built to work right out of the box.

Kockpit application packages adhere to quality industry standards to provide reliable and top-of-the-line solutions. We continuously monitor all components and libraries for vulnerabilities and application updates. When any security threat or update is identified, Kockpit automatically repackages the applications and pushes the latest versions to the cloud marketplaces.

How to Use the Image:

  • To use the image, click the “Get it now” button beneath the Kockpit logo.

  • Fill out the necessary details, and then you will be redirected to the Azure portal.

  • Then, click on the create button to create your virtual machine.

  • Fill out the details such as VM Name, region, username, and password, and click on review+create.

And that’s it! Your VMI is now created. To learn how to deploy PostgreSQL, refer to our Documentation in the Usage Information + Support section.

VM Configuration:

This VM contains an up-to-date version of Postgres Standard Database 15

Disclaimer: Kockpit does not offer commercial licenses for any of the products mentioned above. The products come with open-source licenses.

Default ports:

SSH: 22

PostgreSQL: 5432