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Can PgBouncer session survive everything we throw at it

Can PgBouncer session survive everything we throw at it?

Philip Hankinson February 6, 2020

This is part four of my technical response to a series of questions about the use of PgBouncer and what you need to look out for. To read the other...

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EnterpriseDB integrates Backup and Recovery tools with Postgres Enterprise Manager for superior database management

Vishal Sawale February 4, 2020

This post discusses the EDB Backup and Recovery Tool integration into EDB Postgres Enterprise Manager.

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Enhanced security for EDB Postgres Advanced Server with Vormetric Data Security Platform

January 21, 2020

EnterpriseDB provides a high level of database security, which includes in-database password policy management, enhanced auditing for compliance, data encryption, built-in SQL Injection Protection and so on. Along with Vormetric Data Security Platform, it provides encryption for data-at-rest, prevention of privilege user access, policy-driven encryption/decryption and much more at the operating system level. VTE ensures that it does not impact the mission-critical business applications, IT infrastructure and service level agreements.

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Thales Vormetric Transparent Encryption with EDB Postgres

John Dalton January 16, 2020

Data privacy has senior management visibility as organizations are required to minimize the risk of sensitive data, such as customer payment...

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How to workaround Oracle LISTAGG function in PostgreSQL

Raghavendra Rao December 19, 2019

.summary{ background:#f3f7f9; padding:20px; } This blog discusses the LISTAGG function in Oracle and how to achieve similar functionality in...

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Can PgBouncer handle failover to a new machine?

Philip Hankinson 17. Dezember 2019

Part Three: PgBouncer and persistent connections during downtime (This is part three of my technical response to a series of questions about the use...

PostgreSQL vs. MySQL

PostgreSQL vs. MySQL: A 360-degree Comparison [Syntax, Performance, Scalability and Features]

Pankil Shah December 11, 2019

In this blog, we will discuss the key differences in terms of performance, syntax, scalability, and features between PostgreSQL and Mysql. PostgreSQL and MySQL are both immensely popular open-source databases, and a variety of real-time applications today utilize both. MySQL is known to be the world’s most popular database, whereas PostgreSQL is known as the world’s most advanced RDBMS database.

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Postgres Enterprise Manager-Architektur

Dave Page 19 November 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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Creating a multi-layered security architecture for your databases

Marc Linster 5 November 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...

Tools for Monitoring Postgres Databases

Bhavani Rao September 24, 2019

Users depend on databases to carry out meaningful work. Whether it’s connected to a mission-critical application or helping a single user carry out a...