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Peter Celentano

AWS ProServe

Peter is currently a Consultant at AWS ProServe. He is a sysadmin and PostgreSQL database administrator, specializing in DevOps and monitoring solutions.

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Since before PostgreSQL existed, CRON has been the standard daemon for scheduling nearly any task in the Linux ecosystem. With the rise of cloud computing and managed database instances, job scheduling has gotten slightly more complicated then running a simple PSQL scrip on our database server, and connecting through a Unix socket. While the simplest methods of running scheduled database jobs are a less viable option, we have a variety of options to keep our scheduled jobs running on-time.

Let's dive into one such replacement for CRON, AWS Batch. We'll be going over some best practices with AWS Batch, exploring automation around AWS Batch which might make life easier, and reviewing it's usage as a job scheduler for PostgreSQL.

Date:
2020 March 24 10:00
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Oneill
Conference:
Postgres Conference 2020
Language:
Track:
Ops and Administration
Difficulty:
Medium