PostgreSQL is an open source, object-relational database built with a focus on extensibility, data integrity, and speed. Its concurrency support makes it fully ACID-compliant, and it supports dynamic loading and catalog-driven operations to let users customize its data types, functions, and more.
PostgreSQL 11 is now deprecated. Starting on 6 November 2023, all existing PostgreSQL 11 database clusters will automatically upgrade to PostgreSQL 15 during the cluster’s upgrade window.
When creating or resizing MySQL or PostgreSQL clusters on DigitalOcean, you can now add additional storage independently from your chosen database configuration plan. This provides a more economic option for increasing storage, rather than upgrading your cluster’s entire plan.
The following MySQL and PostgreSQL plans are now deprecated:
All of your existing database clusters with these plans are still functional and accessible to you. However, you cannot resize them. To regain access to these features, fork your database to a new cluster with a supported plan. For more detailed steps, see our guides on how to fork MySQL databases and fork PostgreSQL databases.
For more information, see all PostgreSQL release notes.