PostgreSQL is a Warehouse output connector. Connect to your PostgreSQL database to get all your vulnerability data in one place.
You might need to add the Monad IP range of
22.214.171.124/32 to your PostgresSQL allowlist, so Monad can connect to it.
Identify some Configurations of your Postgres Database
There are a number of configuration settings you will need to know about your postgres database.
- Host: The hostname of your postgres database.
- Port: 5432 by default. You can check your postgresql.conf or ask your administrator if this value has been changed.
- User: Your username for accessing the postgres database.
- Password: Your password for accessing the postgres database.
- Database: Name of the database.
Set up a Postgres output connector in Monad
To set up a Postgres connector, you will need to know the above-mentioned configuration details. Once you have this information, you set up the connector:
- Log in to your Monad account, and click Add connector.
- Select the Postgres connector.
- Optionally, change the default name for the connector. This name serves as a label for the connector in the Monad app, and you can change it later.
- Enter the Host, Port, User, Password, and Database name of your postgres database.
- In the schema field, enter the schema name under which you want Monad data to be saved to in your postgres database.
- (Optional) - select your models to export
- Click Connect.
Monad then tests the connection to Postgres, and if successful, begins syncing data from your Monad account into your Postgres warehouse.
This page was last modified: 9 Oct 2023