Thanks for this trigger. We are actually using applications with emdedded camunda on azure with postgresql as provided on azure. This has been running without issues for 10 or 11 months. But as I understand from your response this is not a supported platform configuration. So maybe we’ve been kind of lucky so far.
I anticipated that azure sql would not be supported, but postgresql on azure would be. But after reading your contribution I understand that postgresql on azure is also not supported.
That is good to know now as we are getting ready to scale up significantly and move all our processes to camunda. However, if this setup is not supported we will have to stop this effort and have to look for another solution.
What would be your advice for applications running on PCF on azure, which is my company standard? What would be a supported database setup?
Maybe the question should be more general. What is the recommended setup to run in a cloud environment? Another thread in this forum says that this should not be a problem. But what is the recommended (and supported) persistence layer in this case? it seems to me that cloud providers come with their own database solutions and these are not supported.
I am really curious on your recommendations on this topic. I hope there is a supported way to run camunda on PCF on azure.
Moreover. I will be happy to execute the tests you mention but what will it bring me? I may be reassuring, but it will not make the platform configuration supported by Camunda.