How to Use the New GUI Features in VMware vFabric Postgres 9.2
People have said code is poetry and information is beautiful, but let’s talk about graphical user interfaces (GUI) and ease of use.
The PostgreSQL community has a multitude of choices when it comes to GUIs versus CLI. For vFabric Postgres, we’ve added some cool, new GUI tools.
In part one of this two-part series on vFabric Postgres user interfaces, we look at the built-in GUI capabilities within the VM of the latest release—vFabric Postgres 9.2. Based on VMware Studio, vFabric Postgres 9.2 uses an instinctive user interface to fully control the behavior of the database virtual machine and allows you to perform basic tasks that are normally associated with an OS. In part 2, we will cover the key features of the database server’s new GUI and explain how to get overview-level information and see both processes and locks.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware vFabric Blog: How to Use the New GUI Features in vFabric Postgres 9.2- VMware Blogs