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

Dave Page

Machine Learning for Text Prediction

Machine Learning for Text Prediction

Dave Page Nov 5, 2020

In a previous blog post, I talked about using Machine Learning for Capacity Management as I began a journey exploring how machine learning techniques...

Machine Learning for Capacity Management

Machine Learning for Capacity Management

Dave Page Oct 14, 2020

Machine Learning has always been a fascinating topic for me, but until recently I've had limited time to really explore it. In my previous role at EDB...

EDB Reference Architectures

EDB Reference Architectures

Dave Page Sep 18, 2020

PostgreSQL and EDB Postgres Advanced Server (EPAS) are incredibly flexible database servers that offer an almost infinite variety of options for...

Monitoring System Activity

Monitoring System Activity with the New system_stats Extension for PostgreSQL

Dave Page Jul 22, 2020

The team at Enterprise DB is pleased to announce the release of its new system_stats extension for Postgres and EDB Postgres Advanced Server. What is...

How Secure is your Postgres? Part 2: Authentication

How Secure is your Postgres? Part 2: Authentication

Dave Page Jul 15, 2020

This is the second of a series of blog posts that will help you examine the security of your Postgres deployment from end to end. The vast majority of...

How Secure is your Postgres?

How to Secure PostgreSQL: Security Hardening Best Practices & Tips

Dave Page Jul 1, 2020

Securing data is mission-critical for the success of any enterprise, as well as for the safety of its customers. This article is intended as a...

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Postgres Enterprise Manager Architecture

Dave Page Nov 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.

A Discussion of High Availability Options for Postgres in Containers

Dave Page Jul 30, 2019

A Comparison of EDB Postgres Failover Manager, Patroni, and Stolon Clustered containers running Postgres (either PostgreSQL or EDB Postgres™ Advanced...

Perspective on the Release of PostgreSQL 11

Dave Page Oct 23, 2018

Looking back at recent releases of the PostgreSQL database it is interesting to speculate whether there is an overall theme and if you can tie it to...

Why Do We Install Software As Root ?

Dave Page Sep 11, 2018

Why do we install as root? A couple of common questions I hear from customers (usually long-time users of a particular database from Redwood) via our...