PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads.
The origins of PostgreSQL date back to 1986 as part of the POSTGRES project at the University of California at Berkeley and has more than 30 years of active development on the core platform.
PostgreSQL has earned a strong reputation for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity, robust feature set, extensibility, and the dedication of the open source community behind the software to consistently deliver performant and innovative solutions.
PostgreSQL runs on all major operating systems, has been ACID-compliant since 2001, and has powerful add-ons such as the popular PostGIS geospatial database extender.
It is no surprise that PostgreSQL has become the open source relational database of choice for many people and organisations. Getting started with using PostgreSQL has never been easier - pick a project you want to build, and let PostgreSQL safely and robustly store your data.
Come to our stand to meet the team behind PostgreSQL, get up to date with the latest developments, something you definitely do not want to miss!
|PostgreSQL Waffles||Lætitia Avrot||10:00||11:00|
|Foreign data wrapper study for schemaless databases||Hiroki Kumagai||11:00||11:30|
|Database schema management for lazybones: from chaos to heaven||Julien Riou||11:30||12:30|
|Caveats of replication
in PostgreSQL HA clusters and CDC systems
|The Story About The Migration
The story about a challenging PoC that proved that Postgres can achieve the same performance as Oracle Exadata
|A PostgreSQL development environment||Peter Eisentraut||14:00||15:00|
|Adaptive Query Optimization in PostgreSQL: approaches and challenges||Oleg Ivanov
|Performance improvements and new use scenarios for SPGiST access method||Pavel Borisov||15:30||16:00|
|Postgres and the Artificial Intelligence Landscape||Bruce Momjian||16:00||17:00|
|Database Performance at Gitlab.com||Nikolay Samokhvalov
|Some SQL Tricks of an Application DBA
Non-trivial tips for database development
|Speed up the JSONB.
What we can do to improve performance.
|I use ENUM - Vindicating the Underdog of Data Types||Boriss Mejias||11:00||11:30|
|Getting on a hook or PostgreSQL extensibility||Alexey Kondratov||11:30||12:00|
|Postgres Architectures in Production||Dimitri Fontaine||12:00||12:30|
|PostgreSQL logical decoding||Amit Khandekar||12:30||13:00|
|PostgreSQL and The SQL Standard||Simon Riggs||13:00||13:30|
|Improve your indexes||Tomasz Gintowt||13:30||14:00|
|PostgreSQL partitioning. Work In Progress.||Anastasia Lubennikova||14:00||14:30|
|Changing your huge table's data types in production||Jimmy Angelakos||14:30||15:00|
|Stumbling Stones when migrating from Oracle
The problems you can encounter and how to solve them
|Pg_stat_monitor - The new way to analyze query performance in PostgreSQL||Ibrar Ahmed
|Database Disasters and How to Find Them||Christophe Pettus||16:30||17:30|
|The story of the first PGDay
How we started with the idea of having a barbecue and we ended in organising the first PostgreSQL conference in Europe
PostgreSQL 13 was released in September 2020, which makes it the latest major release.
PostgreSQL 9.4 is no longer supported, if you still run on this (or an earlier) version, please come to us and let's talk about an upgrade strategy.