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Jason Petersen

Announcing pg_shard 1.2

Written byBy Jason Petersen | July 30, 2015Jul 30, 2015

pg_shard continues to gain momentum as a straightforward sharding extension for PostgreSQL. We’re ecstatic each time we hear about a new deployment and are always considering what’s next.

We’ve been hard at work addressing some of those customer needs...

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Ozgun Erdogan

pgDaySF 2015 Takeaways

Written byBy Ozgun Erdogan | April 7, 2015Apr 7, 2015

We recently attended pgDaySF, the one-day PostgreSQL event organized by the San Francisco PostgreSQL User Group and part of the bigger FOSS4G conference. The event was very well attended, and we were excited by the content of several presentations...

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Marco Slot

PGConf.Russia talk on pg_shard

Written byBy Marco Slot | March 23, 2015Mar 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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Jason Petersen

Announcing pg_shard 1.1

Written byBy Jason Petersen | March 18, 2015Mar 18, 2015

Last winter, we open-sourced pg_shard, a transparent sharding extension for PostgreSQL. It brought straightforward sharding capabilities to PostgreSQL, allowing tables and queries to be distributed across any number of servers.

Today we’re excited...

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