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Postgres Going in Multiple Directions
December 18, 2015
In 2013 I blogged about Postgres advancing in multiple directions at once. Having presented my Postgres 9.5 features talk six times already (with...
MongoDB Adds Postgres and Validates Postgres’ Central Role in Hybrid Data Platform Strategy
December 15, 2015
A recent blog post, MongoDB 3.2: Now Powered by PostgreSQL , contained revelations that MongoDB’s newest release, MongoDB 3.2, leverages Postgres to...
Parallelism Becomes a Reality in Postgres
December 14, 2015
This post originally appeared on Amit Kapila's personal blog . Parallelism is now a reality in PostgreSQL. With 9.6, I hope we will see many...
The Database and IoT - An Important Union
December 10, 2015
Fifty billion connected objects will invade the market over the next five years, according to some predictions. However, when we are talking about...
Getting Cloud-Ready for the Holidays
December 03, 2015
With the holiday season officially underway I’m often impressed how well retailers are able to maintain – or unable to maintain – a level of service...
The Oracle Migration Strategy – Getting Started
November 30, 2015
Organizations are being increasingly challenged to do more with less – develop innovative strategies, create compelling products, serve customers...
The ORACLE© SE2 Tea Party
November 24, 2015
As of December 1, 2015, Oracle® is no longer offering two of its most popular database license options, SE and SE1; replacing them instead with a new...
Which Postgres Is Right for Me?
November 23, 2015
Open source software has been saving organizations money for years in operating systems with Linux, in the middleware layer with tools like JBoss,...
Improve database resiliency with new JDBC Connectors and EDB Failover Manager
November 18, 2015
This blog was co-written by Jason Davis. EnterpriseDB is about to release an update to the Connectors for Postgres and EDB Postgres. The update will...
Mind the GaaP
November 16, 2015
There remains significant uncertainty about the future of the Government Digital Service (GDS) in following the departure of its primary champion,...

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