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cstore_fdw 1.3 released

Written by By Hadi Moshayedi | July 30, 2015 Jul 30, 2015

Citus Data is excited to announce the release of cstore_fdw 1.3. cstore_fdw is an open source columnar store extension for PostgreSQL that compresses your database tables and reduces disk I/O.

cstore_fdw Changes

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cstore_fdw 1.1 release notes

Written by By Hadi Moshayedi | August 11, 2014 Aug 11, 2014

We are excited to announce the release of cstore_fdw 1.1, Citus Data’s open source columnar store extension for PostgreSQL. The changes in this release include:

  • Automatic file management. The filename foreign table option has become optional, and...
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PostgreSQL columnar store benchmarks on SSDs

Written by By Hadi Moshayedi | June 14, 2014 Jun 14, 2014

In April we released cstore_fdw, the first columnar store foreign data wrapper for PostgreSQL. Our initial blog post received lots of interest in cstore_fdw but also lots of questions. In this blog post we’re going to attempt to answer some of the...

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PostgreSQL Columnar Store for Analytic Workloads

Written by By Hadi Moshayedi | April 3, 2014 Apr 3, 2014

We are excited to open source our columnar store extension for PostgreSQL, cstore_fdw and share it with the community! Columnar stores bring notable benefits for analytic workloads, where data is loaded in batches.

This columnar store extension uses...

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Run SQL on JSON files -- without any data loads

Written by By Hadi Moshayedi | May 30, 2013 May 30, 2013

We keep our log data in JSON files. Can we run analytic queries on these files without having to load them into a database?

We hear this question frequently from customers, and are finally happy to say yes. Without loading any data into a database...

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