PostgreSQL Source integration with RudderStack

Send Customer Event Data from PostgreSQL Through RudderStack Securely

You can easily integrate PostgreSQL as a source on the RudderStack dashboard in no time. After PostgreSQL is successfully configured as a source, RudderStack will automatically ingest your specified events data from PostgreSQL. You can then send this enriched data to your favorite third-party destinations supported by RudderStack.

By Adding PostgreSQL as Source in the RudderStack Dashboard, you can:

  • Securely ingest and route events from PostgreSQL to your destinations in real-time.
  • Synchronize with your PostgreSQL source based on the schedule and run frequency.

What you can do with PostgreSQL Source

Define data types, build custom functions, and write code in other programming languages (e.g., Python).

Query and manipulate structured and unstructured data without any hassle.

Build modern, data-driven applications with support for microservices and other DevOps-friendly tools.

Reduce operational costs of your business by using PostgreSQL as a storage backend.

Run dynamic websites and web apps as an option to the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) stack.

How to set up PostgreSQL Source Integration

It’s effortless! Use our step-by-step guide for setting up PostgreSQL as Source in RudderStack.



How can we help you?

What is PostgreSQL source used for?

PostgreSQL source is a relational database data source that enables developers to send data from Databases & Object Storage.

Is it hard to set up PostgreSQL source?

Difficulty can vary based on your data structure, data cleanliness and required destinations. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure relational database data source integration tools like RudderStack.

How much does it cost to integrate PostgreSQL source with RudderStack?

Pricing for PostgreSQL source can vary depending on your use case and data volume. RudderStack offers transparent, volume-based event pricing. See RudderStack's pricing.

What is the difference between SQL and PostgreSQL?

PostgreSQL is an advanced version of SQL that offers support for various SQL functions such as foreign keys, triggers, user-defined types and functions, and more. Whereas SQL Server is a data management system used mainly for e-commerce and providing different data warehousing solutions.

What is PostgreSQL used for?

PostgreSQL is used as the data warehouse or a primary data store for different web, mobile, geospatial, and analytics applications.

Is PostgreSQL hard to learn?

PostgreSQL has exhaustive and detailed documentation, which makes it challenging to learn. While it is tough on beginners, learning PostgreSQL is probably worth the time and effort.

Does Postgres use SQL?

PostgreSQL uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features to store and scale complex data workloads safely.

Why is PostgreSQL so popular?

The primary reason for PostgreSQL’s popularity is because it’s free, open-source, and community-driven. It offers built-in and user-defined data types and supports complex structures. It also provides extensive data capacity and is trusted for its data integrity.

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