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pgRITA

Apply our experience to your PostgreSQL database, instantly
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What is pgRITA?

Analyzes your PostgreSQL database schema against our rules, compiling an interactive report that helps your engineers to build secure, robust and performant databases.
pgRITA is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.

Who uses pgRITA?

Companies
3 companies reportedly use pgRITA in their tech stacks, including Fielda, Sterblue, and Neon Law.

Developers
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use pgRITA.

pgRITA's Features

  • Compiles a tailored, interactive report of your database
  • Produces tailored fixes
  • Detailed documentation explaining each potential issue
  • Compatible with continuous integration systems such as GitHub Actions, Travis and CircleCI

pgRITA Alternatives & Comparisons

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DataGrip
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Dataform
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Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
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pgRITA's Followers
7 developers follow pgRITA to keep up with related blogs and decisions.