By always having Peter E. in background I am active in SQL Standard (ISO/IEC 9075) committee since 2008. The membership expired after I switched companies. I got the pleasant news today morning that the German office of my new company extended the membership. This means – I will be PostgreSQL agent in SQL Standard committee […]
We are proud to announce that 2ndQuadrant Deutschland (Germany) officially is registered. As opening bargain …We offer 11 different German PostgreSQL trainings, workshops and crash courses between March and July in Bielefeld for special prises. Topics are about PostgreSQL Administration, Performance tuning, Replication, Advanced Development, SQL and Database Basics. Our special PostgreSQL for MySQLer training […]
Lots of PostegreSQLer also use MySQL.Lots of MySQLer want to use PostgreSQL too. You are MySQLer and want to get more knowledge about PostgreSQL? 2ndQuadrant and me are planning to offer special PostgreSQL trainings forMySQLers / MySQL Administrators. Depending on attendees the training will be in English or German. It is planned to do the […]
When PostgreSQL 9.0 shipped a few months ago, it included several new replication features. It’s obvious that you can use these features to build clusters of servers for both high availability and read query scaling purposes. What hasn’t been so obvious is how to manage that cluster easily. Getting a number of nodes installed and […]
2ndQuadrant will be delivering two courses on PostgreSQL in Australia. The location will be the prestigious Rialto Towers, one of the greatest attractions in Melbourne, right in the heart of the Central Business District, and one of the tallest office buildings in the world.
Since I’ve already pushed my book here once on my blog this week, this version will be short and include two chunks of free (as in beer) content for you. My book covering PostgreSQL performance, from versions 8.1 to 9.0, is now available. Downloads of the 468 page e-book text are available immediately from Packt […]
Whether or not you made it our CHAR(10) conference last month, you can now relive part of the experience by downloading the conference slides. Some of those were posted live during the conference, some showed up later, but almost everything is there now. Sadly, Nic Ferrier’s entertaining presentation about how WooMe (acquired by Zoosk) was scaled […]
Due to the weather related travel issues this week, the launch party we had planned for this Friday has been canceled.
Come on-line and discuss the features set of Hot Standby for PostgreSQL 8.5. Meeting is for anybody planning to actively use the Hot Standby in the next main release of PostgreSQL. Major focus is on providing user feedback direct to developers to guide the final weeks of development before we go into Beta.