Tembo Cloud changelog

Status Page

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Users can now visit https://status.tembo.io/ to check out the status of our cloud service.


Alerts center

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Users can now view active and historical alerts for their Tembo instances. A wide variety of alerts are now visible including system resources, general database issues and Postgres specific ones.

Blog announcing the feature: https://tembo.io/blog/introducing-status-alerts

Documentation about all available alerts: https://tembo.io/docs/product/cloud/alerts


Improve Stack Selection Experience

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Users now can see a greater description of stacks when the spin up an instance. Also, they have a single click deploy for free button.


Add Tembo branded Sign up / Sign in page

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The Sign up and Sign in pages on Tembo Cloud are now branded and don't use the default Clerk pages.

Go to Tembo Cloud (cloud.tembo.io) when not signed in to view.


pganalyze app now available

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Users can now use pganalyze to easily monitor and analyze their Tembo Cloud Postgres instances. They can get detailed insights into database performance and configure alerts to receive notifications about the same.

Launch blog: https://tembo.io/blog/pganalyze

Documentation: https://tembo.io/docs/product/cloud/apps/pganalyze


Time series Stack

Time-series data is data which is organized along a time dimension and which typically grows via recent data being inserted in near real-time. Tembo’s Time Series stack makes the creation, operation, and maintenance of databases for storing time-series data simple. Follow the guide here to get started: https://tembo.io/docs/product/stacks/analytical/timeseries

Based on the open source extension: https://github.com/tembo-io/pg_timeseries


OLAP Stack

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Stack for running long-running OLAP queries with compressed columnar storage.

Getting started guide: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-stacks/olap/


Add Support for Postgres 14 and 16 in Tembo Cloud

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Users can now choose between Postgres 14, 15, and 16 when deploying Tembo Cloud instances.

https://tembo.io/blog/postgres-14-and-16


Tembo CLI

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Tembo CLI is the easiest way to try out Postgres extensions, stacks, and apps locally.

It also helps you deploy the same Tembo configuration across development, staging, and production environments. This means when you test locally, your workload behaves the same way when deployed to the cloud.

Launch blog: https://tembo.io/blog/tembo-cli

Docs: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-cloud/Tembo-CLI/Getting_Started


RAG

The Tembo RAG stack allows you to natively build Q&A bots on Postgres. You can try it out on your own by using our Kubernetes Operator, deploy it with a single click on Tembo Cloud, or run it locally with docker-compose.

Launch blog: https://tembo.io/blog/tembo-rag-stack

Docs: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-stacks/rag


MongoDB Alternative on Postgres

MongoDB Alternative on Postgres stack allows you to run Mongo workloads directly on Postgres while keeping API compatibility with Mongo. This is powered in collaboration with FerretDB.

FerretDB launch blog: https://blog.ferretdb.io/run-mongodb-workloads-ferretdb-tembo/
Tembo launch blog: https://tembo.io/blog/mongo-on-postgres

Documentation: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-stacks/mongo-alternative


Geospatial

The Tembo Geospatial stack is designed and optimized for running geospatial workloads in an easy manner on Postgres. It comes pre-packaged with PostGIS and other related extensions, allowing you to perform geospatial analysis without needing to set up another database!

Launch blog: https://tembo.io/blog/geospatial-on-postgres

Documentation: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-stacks/geospatial


Increased Support for Embedding Models

With Tembo Cloud, you can now have a seamless link to do vector search using over 120 open-source Sentence Transformers from Hugging Face, directly from Postgres.

This is powered by pg_vectorize, an open source extension. pg_vectorize is available by default on the Tembo VectorDB Stack in Tembo Cloud and can be added to any Tembo Postgres instance.


Vector Stack

The Tembo VectorDB stack makes it easy to build classification, clustering, search and recommendation applications easily with Postgres. The stack contains our pg_vectorize extension which allows you to generate and autonomously updates embeddings in Postgres. You can also host any of 100+ sentence transformer models (demo) available on Huggingface, right next to your Postgres database for private, low-latency embeddings generation without using OpenAI credits.



ML Stack

Stack for running ML Ops on Postgres powered by PostgresML

Launch blog post: https://tembo.io/blog/simplified-ml-ops
Docs: https://tembo.io/docs/tembo-stacks/machine-learning


MQ 1.0

Simple, easy-to-use message queue, no external tools or add-ons needed. (Even better, it's crazy fast.)

Launch blog post https://tembo.io/blog/mq-stack-benchmarking/


OLTP

An Optimized open source stack designed to be an "all-in-one" OLTP database, easily customized to your specific use case.



prometheus_fdw

`prometheus_fdw` is an open source foreign data wrapper extension for Postgres. [View github project](https://github.com/tembo-io/prometheus_fdw).


Website redesign

New homepage release


Pricing Updates

Pricing & billing infrastructure, support SLA


CLI Updates

Local instance creation, deploy to Tembo cloud via CLI


Nov. Monitoring Improvements

- Database status notifications and health monitoring


PGMQ 1.0

Stable API, object membership model, relaxed compiling requirements, unlogged queue type


Message Queue Stack

Config improvements, RestAPI integration, and pgmq 1.0


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