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Partition Pruning in EDB Postgres 9.5
December 22, 2016
One of my colleagues who was recently working with a customer has presented a customer case. According to him, the customer has a partitioned table...
Collaboration Makes Postgres Better for Everyone
November 16, 2016
I recently went to PGConf.EU, the European PostgreSQL conference that was held in Tallinn, Estonia on November 1-4. This annual event for Postgres...
5 Step Assessment: Selecting a DBMS for New Application Development
November 16, 2016
IT is struggling to keep up with the speed of business. The business landscape shifts priorities and requirements faster than you can say “request a...
Data Backup Made Easy
November 16, 2016
Backup strategies are critical to enterprise data management, but the time, storage, and management requirements pose a host of challenges. Because...
How to Be the Master of Your Database Domain
November 16, 2016
The increasing deployment of Postgres has brought about new demands for features, capabilities, and tools from developers and database administrators...
EDB Postgres Plays Leading Role in Open Source-Based DBMS Gartner Magic Quadrant
November 16, 2016
Interest in Postgres has risen to equal that of MySQL and IBM DB2 based on inquiries received by industry analyst firm Gartner, according to Gartner...
Why it’s Cool to be an OLTP Database Again
November 16, 2016
In 2012, the research firm Gartner defined the Logical Data Warehouse (LDW) as “a new data management architecture for analytics which combines the...
Easy Upgrade Tips for the New EDB Failover Manager
November 16, 2016
High availability means keeping the enterprise’s critical data infrastructure running well with virtually no downtime, and ensuring the database...
Analyzing Postgres Adoption
November 16, 2016
As an open source project, the Postgres community has always had great difficulty in measuring many aspects of Postgres adoption. For example, how...
3 Ways to Reduce IT Complexity With Digital Transformation
November 16, 2016
If your IT group is like most, there is never idle time when it comes to technology demands from the organization. Keeping up can be a real burden –...

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