Product updates for Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL
APPLIES TO: PostgreSQL
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- General availability: Cross-region cluster read replicas for improved read scalability and cross-region disaster recovery (DR).
- General availability: Latest minor PostgreSQL version updates (11.18, 12.13, 13.9, 14.6, and 15.1) are now available in all supported regions.
- General availability: Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL, formerly known as Hyperscale (Citus), is now generally available.
- See all previous product updates under the Hyperscale (Citus) name here.
- General availability: PostgreSQL 15 support.
- General availability: Citus 11.1 with new features and PostgreSQL 15 in Citus.
- Free trial: Now Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL is a part of the Azure Cosmos DB 30-day free trial.
- Preview: Product Quick start in Azure portal with hands-on tutorials and embedded psql shell.
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