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PostgreSQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) known for its robustness, scalability, and extensibility. Its purpose is to provide a powerful and flexible platform for storing, managing, and querying large volumes of structured data. PostgreSQL is widely used in various applications and industries, including web development, data warehousing, and geospatial data management. While PostgreSQL itself does not have built-in automation features, it can be integrated with other tools and technologies to enable automation of database-related tasks, such as automated backups, database replication, and data migration. This automation is particularly valuable for database administrators, software developers, and system administrators, as it simplifies routine database maintenance tasks, improves data reliability, and enhances overall database performance, allowing them to focus more on other critical aspects of application development and management. With PostgreSQL's capabilities and its active community support, users can efficiently manage and scale their databases, ensuring data integrity and availability for their applications and business needs.


Trigger components allow you to start an automation flow when an event happens in the app.

New Column

Emit new event when a new column is added to a table. See Docs

New Row

Emit new event when a new row is added to a table. See Docs

New Table

Emit new event when a new table is added to the database. See Docs


Action components allow you to perform operations on the app.

PostgreSQL - Delete Row(s)

Deletes a row or rows from a table. See Docs

PostgreSQL - Execute Custom Query

Executes a custom query you provide. See Docs

PostgreSQL - Find Rows (Custom Query)

Finds a rows in a table via a custom query.

PostgreSQL - Find Row

Finds a row in a table via a lookup column. See Docs

PostgreSQL - Insert Row

Adds a new row. See Docs

PostgreSQL - Update Row

Updates an existing row. See Docs