Create a Hyperscale (Citus) server group in the Azure portal
Azure Database for PostgreSQL - Hyperscale (Citus) is a managed service that allows you to run horizontally scalable PostgreSQL databases in the cloud.
To follow this quickstart, you'll first need to:
Get started with the Basic Tier
The Basic Tier allows you to deploy Hyperscale (Citus) as a single node, while having the superpower of distributing tables. At a few dollars a day, it's the most cost-effective way to experience Hyperscale (Citus). Later, if your application requires greater scale, you can add nodes and rebalance your data.
Let's get started!
Fill out the Basics form.
Most options are self-explanatory, but keep in mind:
- The server group name will determine the DNS name your
applications use to connect, in the form
- The admin username is required to be the value
- You can choose a database version. Hyperscale (Citus) always supports the latest PostgreSQL version, within one day of release.
- The server group name will determine the DNS name your applications use to connect, in the form
Select Configure server group.
For this quickstart, you can accept the default value of Basic for Tiers. The Basic Tier allows you to experiment with a single-node server group for a few dollars a day.
Select Next : Networking > at the bottom of the screen.
In the Networking tab, select Allow public access from Azure services and resources within Azure to this server group.
Select Review + create and then Create to create the server. Provisioning takes a few minutes.
The page will redirect to monitor deployment. When the live status changes from Deployment is in progress to Your deployment is complete. After this transition, select Go to resource.
With your server group created, it's time to connect with a SQL client.
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