Citus 10.1 is out! 10.1 builds on top of all the great columnar, single-node, and shard rebalancer features in Citus 10. Read the new Citus 10.1 blog.
If you’ve built your application on Postgres, you already know why so many people love Postgres.
And if you’re new to Postgres, the list of reasons people love Postgres is loooong—and includes things like: 3 decades of database reliability baked in; rich datatypes; support for custom types; myriad index types from B-tree to GIN to BRIN to GiST; support for JSON and JSONB from early days; constraints; foreign data wrappers; rollups; the geospatial capabilities of the PostGIS extension, and all the innovations that come from the many Postgres extensions.
But what to do if your Postgres database gets very large?Keep reading