Open PostgreSQL Monitoring vs PostgREST

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Open PostgreSQL Monitoring vs PostgREST: What are the differences?

Developers describe Open PostgreSQL Monitoring as "Oversee and Manage Your PostgreSQL Servers". Open PostgreSQL Monitoring is a free software designed to help you manage your PostgreSQL servers. On the other hand, PostgREST is detailed as "Automatic REST API for Any Postgres Database". PostgREST serves a fully RESTful API from any existing PostgreSQL database. It provides a cleaner, more standards-compliant, faster API than you are likely to write from scratch.

Open PostgreSQL Monitoring and PostgREST can be categorized as "Database" tools.

Open PostgreSQL Monitoring and PostgREST are both open source tools. It seems that PostgREST with 12.5K GitHub stars and 585 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Open PostgreSQL Monitoring with 149 GitHub stars and 10 GitHub forks.

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      Fast, simple, powerful REST APIs from vanilla Postgres
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      JWT authentication
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    What is Open PostgreSQL Monitoring?

    Open PostgreSQL Monitoring is a free software designed to help you manage your PostgreSQL servers.

    What is PostgREST?

    PostgREST serves a fully RESTful API from any existing PostgreSQL database. It provides a cleaner, more standards-compliant, faster API than you are likely to write from scratch.

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