Archive: Postgres (PostgreSQL)
By Ashutosh Bapat, Nov 23, 2016
It's exciting times in PostgreSQL for those who are using postgres_fdw or Foreign Data Wrappers (FDWs) in general. Users often complained that a ...
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By Sandra Wiecki, Nov 16, 2016
I recently went to PGConf.EU, the European PostgreSQL conference that was held in Tallinn, Estonia on November 1-4. This annual event for Postgres developers and users is a ...
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By Robert Haas, Aug 03, 2016
Last week, a blog post by an Uber engineer explained why Uber chose to move from PostgreSQL to MySQL. This article was widely ...
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By Sandra Wiecki, Jul 15, 2016
With digital transformation, software has become the most important tool to attract, keep and grow customer accounts. For a company to stay competitive in a market, its digital ...
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By Bruce Momjian, Jun 20, 2016
Prepared statements are queries where the constants used in the query are separated from the query text. While this improves security by avoiding
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By Amit Kapila, May 20, 2016
The last five years have produced a significant increase in global organizations deploying Postgres across their organizations and calling for higher performance as they discovered the ...
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By Robert Haas, May 13, 2016
There is an important difference between the open source PostgreSQL community and many other open source communities – it is not controlled by a single company that can ...
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By Dave Page, Apr 18, 2016
As you may know, many of us from the pgAdmin team have been hard at work on pgAdmin 4 for some time now. pgAdmin 4 is a complete ...
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By Thom Brown, Apr 08, 2016
This is part 2 in a 4 part blog series on improvements coming in PostgreSQL 9.6 Part 1 - Horizontal Scalability  Join Pushdown Sort ...
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By Ahsan Hadi, Apr 07, 2016
Middleware doesn’t get the respect it deserves. Considered the glue that holds together the more complex and more business-critical components in the software stack, middleware is often ...
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By Thom Brown, Apr 01, 2016
In my previous blog post about horizontal scalability changes in PostrgreSQL 9.6, I covered pushing sorts and joins to the remote ...
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By Jamey Hanson, Mar 28, 2016
Today’s connected enterprise requires a single database that can handle both structured and unstructured data efficiently and that adapts dynamically to swiftly changing and ...
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By Thom Brown, Mar 25, 2016
PostgreSQL 9.6 is shaping up to be an impressive release, so I thought I'd try to summarise some of the big features and improvements that it will bring. This certainly won't ...
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By Kevin Grittner, Mar 24, 2016
There is a new index type in PostgreSQL version 9.5 called BRIN, for "Block Range Index". BRIN is an exciting feature for the 9.5 release because it can quickly organize ...
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By Robert Haas, Mar 15, 2016
I just committed a very important patch to PostgreSQL.  The short summary for the ...
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