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PostgreSQL Observability with Honeycomb

Are you wondering

  • How many queries your PostgreSQL database is handling?
  • Which clients are executing them?
  • What the slowest queries are?
  • What the most frequent queries or query families are?
  • How that’s changing over time?
  • And more?

Honeycomb has you covered.

Self-hosted PostgreSQL  🔗

Honeycomb’s logs-based connector for PostgreSQL hooks into the built-in slow query log and extracts useful information. This solution requires direct access to the log files generated by the PostgreSQL instance.

Configure your self-hosted PostgreSQL instance.

Hosted on RDS  🔗

Amazon’s Relational Database Service, RDS, lets you use a number of databases without having to administer them yourself. Our RDS connector gives our self-hosted PostgreSQL solution access to the same data as if you were running PostgreSQL on your own servers.

Configure your RDS instance to send data to Honeycomb.