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Database Reliability
November 02, 2018
Wednesday, August 4, 2010 The database is usually a critical piece of infrastructure in an organization; when the database is down, many things stop...Read more
Multi-Tenancy and Virtualization
November 02, 2018
In a recent blog post on Gigaom , Simeon Simeonov argues that virtualization is on the way out, and discusses VMware 's move toward platform-as-a-...Read more
Postgres, Passwords and Installers
June 06, 2018
By far the most common issues we see reported with the "one-click" PostgreSQL installers that we build here at EnterpriseDB are password related. In...Read more
Scala PostgreSQL Access
November 02, 2018
Recently, I've been digging into Scala to understand how PostgreSQL would integrate inside of Scala code. Scala is an interesting language which runs...Read more
Comparing VoltDB to Postgres,Postgres Plus Advanced Server
November 02, 2018
I've been asked a few times recently for my opinion on VoltDB , the new database server architected by the 'father' of Postgres, Dr Michael...Read more
Postgres vs. SQL Server
November 02, 2018
A colleague of mine (thanks Jimbo!) pointed me towards a benchmark comparison of Postgres 8.3.8 on RHEL 5.4 versus SQL Server 2008 R2 on Windows...Read more
Quick and Powerful Database with OpenOffice.org and Postgres
November 02, 2018
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past 3 years, you've heard of OpenOffice.org. Like most people, I've used the software a few times to...Read more

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