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Marco Slot

Marco Slot

CITUS BLOG AUTHOR PROFILE

Lead engineer on the Citus engine team at Microsoft. Speaker at Postgres Conf EU, PostgresOpen, pgDay Paris, Hello World, SIGMOD, & lots of meetups. PhD in distributed systems. Loves mountain hiking.

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PUBLISHED ARTICLES
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PGConf.Russia talk on pg_shard

Written by By Marco Slot | March 23, 2015 Mar 23, 2015

Last month we went to PGConf.Russia and gave a talk on [pg_shard](/citus-products/pg-shard) which is available for download on GitHub. pg_shard is an open source PostgreSQL extension which allows users to scale out their database by creating a cluster...

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PostgreSQL and CitusDB on Raspberry Pi 2

Written by By Marco Slot | March 9, 2015 Mar 9, 2015

CitusDB Raspberry Pi 2 cluster One of the nice things about working at Citus Data is that we get time and budget to work on personal growth projects. A few of us are playing with the Raspberry Pi. I recently got two Raspberry Pi 2’s and installed the Raspbian distribution on 16GB...

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PGConf.Russia interesting takeaways

Written by By Marco Slot | February 19, 2015 Feb 19, 2015

PGConf.Russia photos Last week we were at one of the biggest PostgreSQL events ever held. Nope, it wasn’t PGCon, it was the inaugural PGConf.Russia in Moscow. The conference included some very interesting talks. We were especially excited to learn more about several extensions...

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Making PostgreSQL scale Hadoop-style, Benchmark numbers

Written by By Marco Slot | October 31, 2014 Oct 31, 2014

PostgreSQL is one of the most popular open-source databases thanks to its reliability and advanced feature set. At Citus Data, we scale out PostgreSQL across many machines to enable queries over large datasets. We are often asked how CitusDB performance...

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