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The Challenges of Moving Existing Oracle Workloads to the Cloud
January 28, 2019
I work with organizations around the world, and see them moving application workloads to the cloud at a rate never I never envisioned ten years ago...
Open Source Software in the Enterprise Has Never Been Healthier
January 23, 2019
Recently I spotted a study by Digital Ocean on the adoption of open source that found more than half of developers are contributing to open source...
Amazon's DocumentDB, MongoDB, and TechCrunch
January 17, 2019
Over on TechCrunch, you can find an article posted with the inflammatory title AWS gives open source the middle finger . The premise of the article...
Is DocumentDB really PostgreSQL?
Is DocumentDB Really PostgreSQL?
January 14, 2019
On Thursday I wrote about the new MongoDB compatible DocumentDB from AWS and its potential impact on MongoDB going forward. Following up from that, a...
MongoDB’s New License Model Won’t Save It From Competition With AWS
January 10, 2019
Yesterday, AWS launched Amazon DocumentDB , which they describe as “a fast, scalable, and highly available document database that is designed to be...
EDB*Loader Tool Performance Timing Tests on Postgres Databases
January 08, 2019
The EDB*Loader tool is a high-performance bulk data loader that provides an Oracle ® compatible interface for EDB Postgres ™ Advanced Server. The EDB...
A Real Integration: EFM and PgPool
January 04, 2019
In this article we are going to see how database servers work together to allow a second server to take over quickly if the primary server fails (...
EDB Blog Readers Favorites for 2018
December 31, 2018
As we approach year-end, we were inspired to take a look back at our posts from the past year and see what topics resonated the most. Here is a Top...
Managing Database Security in the Era of Cloud and Automation
December 20, 2018
There has been a lot of talk about database automation in the last six months and how, as if by magic, it will mean companies no longer have to worry...
PgBouncer Pro Tip: Use auth_user
December 18, 2018
Anyone running a database in a production environment with over a hundred users should seriously consider employing a connection pooler to keep...

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