The PostgreSQL Global Development Group today announced the release of PostgreSQL 13. The new release boasts improvements in performance and security as well as notable features such as the SQL-standard WITH TIES clause to use with LIMIT, B-tree deduplication, improvements for large databases, and more.
The many features and enhancements in PostgreSQL 13 help improve the overall performance of PostgreSQL while making it considerably easier to develop and manage applications.
The PostgreSQL community has been able to release a major revision every year, demonstrating their amazing vitality and creativity. To take a deep dive into PostgreSQL 13 new features, 2ndQuadrant recently hosted a live webinar: New Features in PostgreSQL 13, presented by Peter Eisentraut, Chief Technology Officer at 2ndQuadrant.
This webinar explored the following features/enhancements:
- Partitioning enhancements
- B-tree deduplication
- Incremental sort
- Hash aggregation enhancements
- Backup manifests
- Trusted extensions
- Replication slot size limits
- Parallel vacuum
- Security enhancements
- Improvements for large databases
Learn more about PostgreSQL 13:
- Read the official press release by 2ndQuadrant
- List of 2ndQuadrant’s contributions to the PostgreSQL 13 release
To stay updated on upcoming weekly webinars by 2ndQuadrant, you can visit our Webinars page.
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