Product updates for Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL

APPLIES TO: Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL (powered by the Citus database extension to PostgreSQL)

Release notes

Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL gets updated regularly.

Updates that don’t directly affect the internals of a cluster are rolled out gradually to all supported regions. Once such an update is rolled out to a region, it's available immediately on all new and existing Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL clusters in that region.

Updates that change cluster internals, such as installing a new minor PostgreSQL version, are delivered to existing clusters as part of the next scheduled maintenance event. Such updates are available immediately to newly created clusters.

January 2023

  • General availability: 1- and 2-vCore burstable compute options for single-node clusters (for dev/test and smaller workloads).
    • Available in all supported regions. See compute and storage details here.

December 2022

  • General availability: Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL is now available in the Sweden Central and Switzerland West regions.
  • PostgreSQL 15 is now the default Postgres version for Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL in Azure portal.

November 2022

October 2022

Features in preview

Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL offers previews for unreleased features. Preview versions are provided without a service level agreement, and aren't recommended for production workloads. Certain features might not be supported or might have constrained capabilities. For more information, see Supplemental Terms of Use for Microsoft Azure Previews

There are no features currently available for preview.

Contact us

Let us know about your experience using preview features, by emailing Ask Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL. (This email address isn't a technical support channel. For technical problems, open a support request.)