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First Rule in Securing Postgres: Don’t Be Dumb

Robert Haas February 12, 2015

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Postgres: Have Your NoSQL Cake and Eat it Too

Marc Linster February 3, 2015

Standalone NoSQL database solutions are easy to use, fast to deploy, and make getting an application up and running a piece of cake. That’s the sweet...

Sharding Presentation

Bruce Momjian February 1, 2015

As a followup to my scaling talk, I have written a draft of another talk, The Future of Postgres Sharding. It starts by explaining the advantages of...

42% of Database Pros Struggle to Manage NoSQL Solutions

Marc Linster January 30, 2015

Two years ago, my colleague Bruce Momjian wrote that relational databases would adapt to emerging database demands and incorporate the capabilities...

Read Scalability in PostgreSQL 9.5

Amit Kapila January 27, 2015

In PostgreSQL 9.5, we will see a boost in scalability for read workload when the data can fit in RAM. I ran a pgbench read-only load to compare the...

Postgres Developers: Replace Best Guesses with Best Practices

Debra Brucato January 16, 2015

EnterpriseDB has recently experienced a surge in demand for Postgres training, with a 26% increase in participants over the last year alone. This...

The Top 10 List for Planning a Postgres Deployment (Part 2)

Douglas Hunley January 13, 2015

When a well-prepared DBA begins to consider their Postgres rollout, they should think about their database strategy sooner rather than later. Thinking...

Beating the Cloud Migration Busters

Fred Dalrymple January 12, 2015

This story is playing out all over web. You have a successful web application that you’re hosting on a system that can’t keep up with the application...

10 Steps to Planning Your Postgres Deployment (Part 1)

Douglas Hunley January 9, 2015

Before you begin a Postgres deployment, it is crucial to think about your database strategy sooner rather than later. Neglecting to do so can result...

Parallelism Update

Robert Haas December 22, 2014

It's been over a year since I last blogged about parallelism, so I think I'm past due for an update, especially because some exciting things are happening.