Upcoming PostgreSQL Webinars

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Webinars by 2ndQuadrant

2ndQuadrant’s webinar series highlights important functions and features of PostgreSQL while allowing you to engage with globally recognized PostgreSQL experts. As the largest collective group of contributors in a single organization, 2ndQuadrant’s webinars give you access to learn information first hand from the experts that contributed to the code.

15 April 2020

Creating Graph Databases in PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is a hyper-converged DBMS, offering functionalities that otherwise require a specialized database technology. Developing a Graph Database is one such use case. Join us to find out more.

By: Simon Riggs

22 April 2020

Date/Timestamp types in PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL provides powerful, native support for handling Date/Timestamp data types. Join this webinar to learn various data types you can use in both structured and unstructured formats.

By: Andrew Dunstan

29 April 2020

KNN Indexing in PostgreSQL

K nearest neighbor is a proximity algorithm to find data in order of distance. Typically, this data cannot be indexed in advance, as both the centroid and the data can be in constant motion. Join this webinar to learn more about KNN Indexing in PostgreSQL.

By: Kirk Roybal

5 May 2020

Fireside Chat: Importance of Professional Support when using PostgreSQL

Join us for an insightful session on the “Importance of Professional Support when using PostgreSQL” with Simon Riggs and Tom Kincaid. Tom will host the Fireside Chat with Simon Riggs to unearth how 2ndQuadrant is disrupting the tech industry with its 24/7 PostgreSQL Support Service.

Host: Tom Kincaid

Guest: Simon Riggs

6 May 2020

MVCC and Vacuum Basics in PostgreSQL

By: Martín Marqués

13 May 2020

Collations: Introduction, Features, Problems

The sort order of text in an SQL database is influenced by so-called collations. These usually work behind the scenes, but they offer a number of interesting customization possibilities, while also being a potential source of operational problems and user confusion. Join this webinar to learn more about Collations.

By: Peter Eisentraut