We’ve seen how Steampipe can unify access to APIs, drive metasearch, enforce KPIs as code, and detect configuration drift. The enabling plugins were, until recently, tightly bound to the Steampipe binary and to the instance of Postgres that Steampipe launches and controls. That led members of Steampipe’s open-source community to ask, “Can we use the plugins in our own Postgres databases?” Now the answer is yes—and more. But let’s focus on Postgres first.
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