Control access to your data with IP Allow
Neon's IP Allow feature, now available with the Neon Pro Plan, ensures that only trusted IP addresses can connect to the project where your database resides, preventing unauthorized access and helping maintain overall data security. You can limit access to individual IP addresses, IP ranges, or IP addresses and ranges defined with CIDR notation.
To get started, see Configure IP Allow.
Change Data Capture (CDC) with Logical Replication
Neon is pleased to announce support for logical replication, which brings Change Data Capture (CDC) to serverless Postgres. You can now stream data from your Neon database to a variety of external destinations, including data warehouses, analytical database services, messaging platforms, event-streaming platforms, and external Postgres databases. Logical replication is available to all Neon users.
To get started, jump into one of our step-by-step logical replication guides:
- Replicate data with Airbyte
- Replicate data with Kafka (Confluent) and Debezium
- Replicate data to Materialize
- Replicate data to an external Postgres instance
Also, check out these blog posts from Neon and Materialize:
Postgres version update
Supported Postgres versions were updated to 14.10, 15.5, and 16.1, respectively.
Fixes & improvements
- Added the
REPLICATIONprivilege to the neon_superuser role. The
REPLICATIONprivilege was introduced with the release of logical replication support in Neon. Only the default Postgres role created with your Neon project and roles created using the Neon Console, CLI, or API are granted membership in the
neon_superuserrole, which includes the
REPLICATIONprivilege. Granting the
REPLICATIONprivilege to roles created via SQL is currently not permitted.
- Added support for browser-issued SQL-over-HTTP batch queries using the Neon serverless driver. Batch queries were failing because
Neon-Batch-Read-Onlyheaders were missing from the server's