The EDB Blog

The latest thought leadership pieces from EDB, including company and PostgreSQL announcements

Recent Posts

When Failure is Not an Option – The New EDB Failover Manager

Gary Carter December 20, 2013

EnterpriseDB has just released a critical component for meeting stringent high 9’s enterprise-level High Availability demands with Postgres. As the...

Performance Boosters in Postgres Plus Advanced Server 9.3

Gary Carter December 4, 2013

At EnterpriseDB, we have built our history and reputation advancing community PostgreSQL to meet the demands of the enterprise. With the recent...

Advanced PostgreSQL Administration – Part II of New Training Rollout

Marc Linster November 25, 2013

Part II of our new and improved training program continues with a revamped and refreshed on-demand version of our Advanced PostgreSQL Administration...

Parallelism Progress

Robert Haas October 17, 2013

For the last several months, I have been spending a large percentage of my time trying to bring parallelism to PostgreSQL. Previous blog posts on the...

Vaadin 7 Cookbook

Bobby Bissett May 21, 2013

I finally have a chance to look at Vaadin version 7 now, which is already up to v7.0.6 (nice work team!). There is a wealth of information from Vaadin...

Dynamic Columns

Bruce Momjian April 10, 2013

Sql has never been good at handling dynamic columns — it can easily process tables with a fixed number of columns, but dynamic column handling has...

Creating Virtual Columns

Bruce Momjian April 1, 2013

Databases store data in table columns, but sometimes it is useful to create non-storage columns for code clarity. For example, you might need to...

Instagram scales with Postgres

Gary Carter February 6, 2013

This engineering blog by Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger is another great example of the robust feature set available today in PostgreSQL to handle...

Pg_Upgrade Bug with Invalid Concurrently-Created Indexes

Bruce Momjian December 14, 2012

Postgres, since version 8.2, has supported the ability to create indexes without blocking writes (insert, update, or delete) on the table being...

Monitoring Postgres from the Command Line

Bruce Momjian August 6, 2012

You might already be aware that Postgres updates the process title of all its running processes. For example, this is a Debian Linux ps display for an...