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Keeping Up with the Blistering Pace of Modern Application Development
August 01, 2017
In my role, I frequently talk to organizations about their top priorities for their software applications. Time and again, speed to market wins the...
Outer Joins and Where Clauses
July 19, 2017
Postgres supports both traditional join syntax , which uses the where clause to specify joined columns, and ansi join syntax, that uses the word join...
Walled Gardens or Beautiful Fields: A Model to Become Truly Digital
July 18, 2017
Think about the old days. Infrastructure software was deployed and managed on a “per server” basis. Later that moved to the socket, and then to the...
Opening Day for Postgres Vision 2017
June 28, 2017
The sharpest minds in data management gathered for Postgres Vision 2017 this week in Boston to begin shaping a future with open source for harvesting...
Advanced Retention Management for Postgres Backups
June 21, 2017
Data retention has become a greater challenge for database administrators as volumes have exploded with new digital applications and data from mobile...
Allowing Only One Null
June 14, 2017
While the sql standard allows multiple nulls in a unique column, and that is how Postgres behaves, some database systems (e.g. ms sql ) allow only a...
ALTERing the Bounds of a Partition
June 12, 2017
PostgreSQL 10 is full with a lot of big, new and exciting features. Declarative partitioning is one of those. It is something users have wanted for...
Postgres Vision Training Day at MIT Ends with Certification
May 26, 2017
In a 2013 McKinsey & Company global survey , 35 percent of executives said improving the talent level and capabilities of IT staff was critical...
Postgres Keywords
May 17, 2017
You might be aware that the sql standard reserves certain identifiers that cannot be used for naming user objects. Postgres follows that standard,...
Cheat Sheet: Configuring Streaming Synchronous Replication in PostgreSQL
May 10, 2017
(This blog was co-written by Sunil Narain.) Streaming replication in PostgreSQL can be asynchronous or synchronous. The synchronous option provides...

Top Authors

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...