Upcoming Webinars

Explaining the Postgres Query Optimizer

The query optimizer is considered the brain of the Postgres database, interpreting SQL queries and determining the optimal method of execution. In this webinar, Bruce Momjian, Postgres Evangelist will cover how the query optimizer interprets queries using the EXPLAIN command. Join this webinar to better understand how you can improve querying behavior using the optimizer.

Beyond Joins and Indexes: Explaining the Postgres Query Optimizer, Part 2

As a follow up to the presentation, Explaining the Postgres Query Optimizer, this webinar covers the details of query optimization, optimizer statistics, joins, and indexes. This talk covers 42 other operations the optimizer can choose to handle complex queries, large data sets, and to enhance performance. These include merge append, gather, memoize, and hash aggregate. It explains their purpose and shows queries that can generate these operations.


Connecting the Dots Between Dev and Ops with Postgres

Open source expert Taylor Graham explores software-defined database concepts and implementation patterns on Amazon Web Services.

Migrate from Oracle to EDB Postgres

Organizations using Postgres can slash database costs by 80% or more and reduce their reliance on costly proprietary database solutions. A study by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command concluded that government organizations could achieve Oracle cost avoidance of 95% by moving to EnterpriseDB's (EDB) Postgres Plus Advanced Server.

This webcast will take a closer look at migrating from Oracle to EDB Postgres, and provide tips for a successful migration. Join our webcast to hear more on:

Databases in the Cloud: Today's Realities and Tomorrow's Promise

Operating core infrastructure in the cloud introduces a host of new challenges and this is especially true for databases. In this webinar, Databases in the Cloud: Today's Realities and Tomorrow's Promise, featuring guest speaker Noel Yuhanna, Forrester Principal Analyst, we will explore the challenges of running databases in the public, private and hybrid cloud environments. Highlights include:

5 Ways to Make Your PostgreSQL GDPR-ready

In a little more than 100 days, GDPR regulations will affect the way your organization collects and manages customer data in Europe. This will require changes to your business processes along with IT applications and infrastructure updates.

Use the Valuable Time You Have Left and Take Action

View our webinar, 5 Ways to Make Your PostgreSQL GDPR-Ready, and discover what you need to do to prepare your PostgreSQL databases to meet the requirements of GDPR including: