The first annual PGConf Silicon Valley conference was a big success thanks to the speakers, attendees, sponsors, and Conference Committee who came together to create a lively, engaging experience for... Read More
The Paxos algorithm is a powerful building block for building highly available distributed systems. Paxos can be seen as a function paxos(k,v) that returns the same value on all servers in a group for... Read More
We are pleased to announce the final agenda of keynote addresses for the first annual PGConf Silicon Valley conference. Keynotes will be delivered by Jay Kreps, CEO of Confluent, Ivan Novick, Greenplu... Read More
Join us on Thursday, November 5th as Marco Slot, software engineer at Citus Data, and AJ Welch, data engineer at Chartio, present the webinar "Scale Out PostgreSQL and Visualize Your Big Data" at 10 a... Read More
AJ Welch of Chartio spoke to us recently about the PGConf Silicon Valley PostgreSQL conference which is November 17-18 at the South San Francisco Conference Center.
AJ, a Data Engineer at the business... Read More
PGConf.EU is October 27th through the 30th and we are looking forward to a great event which is drawing a high level of interest from the European PostgreSQL community. Two Citus Data team members wil... Read More
CartoDB’s Paul Ramsey spoke to us recently about the PGConf Silicon Valley PostgreSQL conference which is November 17-18 at the South San Francisco Conference Center.
Paul’s talk at next month’s PGCon... Read More
In our recent webinar on Scaling PostgreSQL on Amazon Web Services using pg_shard and CitusDB, we received a number of interesting questions, particularly about CitusDB, which transparently shards tab... Read More
Join us on October 14th at 10 am Pacific Time when I will present our latest webinar entitled "Scaling PostgreSQL on Amazon Web Services." PostgreSQL is often used in Amazon Web Services (AWS) deploym... Read More