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Clipped on: 2019-03-19

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A performance dashboard for Postgres
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A performance dashboard for Postgres

See it in action

NEW PgHero is also available as a hosted service. Get real-time alerts, single sign-on, and more

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PgHero is available as a Rails engine, Linux package, and Docker image.

Select your preferred method of installation to get started.

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A big thanks to Craig Kerstiens and Heroku for the initial queries and Bootswatch for the theme

Know a bit about PostgreSQL? Suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Battle-tested at Instacart

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