Skor vs Pg_timetable: What are the differences?
Skor: Listen to Postgres events and forward them as JSON payloads to a webhook. skor is a utility for Postgres which calls a webhook with row changes as JSON whenever an INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE event occurs on a particular table. You can drop the docker image next to your Postgres database instance and configure a webhook that will be called; Pg_timetable: PostgreSQL Job Scheduling. It is an advanced job scheduler for PostgreSQL, offering many advantages over traditional schedulers such as cron and others. It is completely database driven and provides a couple of advanced concepts.
Skor and Pg_timetable can be categorized as "Database" tools.
Some of the features offered by Skor are:
- When you want to trigger an action in an external application when a table row is modified.
- When you want a lightweight notification system for changes in the database.
- When you want to send the changes to a message queue such as AMQP, Kafka etc.
On the other hand, Pg_timetable provides the following key features:
- Tasks can be arranged in chains
- A chain can consist of SQL and executables
- Parameters can be passed to chains