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Videos: Learn to Install and Start EDB Postgres Failover Manager
February 03, 2017
A cornerstone for ensuring ongoing data access during scheduled downtime or unexpected failures is a high availability design. The EDB Postgres ™...
Modern IT Challenges Require a Multi-model Data Platform
January 31, 2017
The data center has become a center of great complexity. Data has proliferated with more devices, greater volumes, and higher velocities. In trying...
Data Replication from Oracle Logical Standby to EDB Postgres
January 20, 2017
At EnterpriseDB ® (EDB ™ ), we are sometimes presented with individual customer use cases or requests that call for the development of innovative...
Creating SSL Certificates
January 13, 2017
Having covered the choice of certificate authorities, I want to explain the internals of creating server certificates in Postgres. The instructions...
SSL Certificates and Certificate Authorities
January 13, 2017
When setting up ssl in Postgres, you can't just enable ssl . You must also install a signed certificate on the server. The first step is to create a...
The pg_rewind Improvements in PostgreSQL 9.6
January 11, 2017
The pg_rewind tool was first introduced in PostgreSQL 9.5. This is best used in a situation when a standby becomes a master, then the old master can...
Controlling Autovacuum
January 09, 2017
*/ Unlike other database systems, Postgres makes the cleanup process visible and tunable to users. Autovacuum performs recycling of old rows and...
Achieving Polyglot Persistence through Data Integration in the Cloud
December 27, 2016
Polyglot persistence is based on the assumption that there is no single database technology that suits all data needs equally. Hence different types...
PostgreSQL: Aggregate Push-down in postgres_fdw
December 22, 2016
It's exciting times in PostgreSQL for those who are using postgres_fdw or Foreign Data Wrappers (FDWs) in general. Users often complained that a...
EDB Ark: DBaaS for Hybrid Cloud Deployments
December 22, 2016
The accelerated pace of application development means most enterprises can no longer wait for traditional IT to lead those initiatives. Traditional...

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