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Postgres Enterprise Manager Architecture

Dave Page November 19, 2019

Postgres Enterprise Manager or PEM is a comprehensive monitoring and management solution for PostgreSQL and EDB Postgres Advanced Server (EPAS) from EnterpriseDB. It is a distributed application with a number of components that can be installed in many different configurations. The following sections explain what those components are, what their purpose is, and how they work.

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KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019

Bhavani Rao November 15, 2019

Kubernetes has fast become the dominant platform for container orchestration, which is understandable given it can help to ensure containers are...

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PgBouncer Connection Pooling: What to do when persistent connectivity is lost

Philip Hankinson November 13, 2019

(This is part two of my technical response to a series of questions about the use of pgbouncer and what you need to look out for. Part one can be...

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Creating a multi-layered security architecture for your databases

Marc Linster November 5, 2019

Data security has never been more important than it is today. Considering the amount of data collection most modern apps require, it’s imperative to...

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The open-source answer to the IT skills challenge

Matt Peachey October 29, 2019

Why IT companies are turning to open source to address the shortage of graduates, an ageing workforce and the changing working habits Ensuring every...

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EnterpriseDB Announces New Multi-Year Partnership With IBM

Ed Boyajian October 22, 2019

Today we are announcing we have signed a new multi-year partnership with IBM. The announcement was unveiled at IBM’s Data and AI Forum 2019 event...

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PgBouncer Tutorial: Installing, configuring and testing persistent PostgreSQL connection pooling

Philip Hankinson October 22, 2019

Connection pooling is a big deal in Postgres. Connections to the database can take a relatively large amount of overhead, especially if there are a...

Where Is My Recovery.Conf File in PostgreSQL v12?

Where Is My Recovery.Conf File in PostgreSQL v12?

Tushar Ahuja October 15, 2019

The short answer is: it’s gone. With PostgreSQL v12, “recovery.conf” is no longer valid. Even if someone were to create a recovery.conf file manually...

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Surf’s Up! Riding The Second Wave Of Open Source

Jan Karremans October 15, 2019

I have never surfed before, but I am told it is incredibly exciting and great exercise, which as we all know is very good for you. For some it may...

PGConf EU 2019

EDB Arrives at PGConf.EU 2019

EDB Team October 15, 2019

PostgreSQL Europe kicks off its 11th Annual PostgreSQL Conference Europe (PGConf.EU 2019) this week in Milan, Italy, and the EDB team will be...