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Virtual Private Database (VPD) in PPAS 9.1
February 10, 2012
Great News is Postgres Plus Advanced 9.1 is now available for users. So, I thought to write something about Virtual Private Database features, which...
Virtualizing Postgres
February 09, 2012
Postgres is an ideal database to run in a virtual environment or public/private cloud — one reason is that Postgres relies heavily on the operating...
Going after load spikes and performance lulls with Postgres Enterprise Manager
December 02, 2011
Bruce Momjian recently did a blog on Postgres Monitoring tools. I want to point out a unique and useful feature of Postgres Enterprise Manager from...
What Is a GUC Variable?
December 01, 2011
Thursday, December 1, 2011 You might have heard the term "GUC" before, especially on the Postgres email lists. It is documented as an acronym meaning...
StackBuilder Package Updates
October 05, 2011
If you've ever used one of the PostgreSQL installers for v8.2 or above, either the old Windows MSI installer or the newer "one click" installers that...
Postgres Enterprise Manager; I love it when a plan comes together
August 23, 2011
After 9 months of heads-down work, I'm glad to finally be able to talk about the project I and a number of colleagues here at EnterpriseDB have been...
PostgreSQL 9.1, meet MySQL
August 01, 2011
So having spent the last few months with my head buried deep in a project at work, I finally managed to get back to my previous hacking on SQL/MED at...
Is this the Beginning of the End of Skype on PostgreSQL?
May 17, 2011
True statement - Microsoft is now one of PostgreSQL’s largest users. Last week it was announced that Microsoft is buying Skype for a reported $8.5...
Postgres Plus Advanced Server 9.0 Sneak Peek – SQL Server Replication
April 28, 2011
This post is the third in a series that takes a look at some of the exciting new features of Postgres Plus Advanced Server 9.0, which is currently in...
Oracle is abandoning HP-UX customers…Fight back!
March 28, 2011
Last week, Oracle’s announced its decision to discontinue all software development on the Intel Itanium microprocessor . Apparently, Oracle contends...

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Ken Rugg is EDB's Chief Product and Strategy Officer and is charged with leading the company's...

Bruce Momjian is a co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, and has worked on Po...

Robert is Chief Architect, Database Server, employed at EnterpriseDB as well as a PostgreSQL C...

Dave has been actively involved in the PostgreSQL Project since 1998, as the lead developer of...

Devrim Gündüz is a Principal Systems Engineer at EnterpriseDB and supports the services and sa...