Citus Con: An Event for Postgres is a wrap! 💥 Thanks to all who joined. If you missed the event, you can still find and watch all 38 recorded talks 🖥 online.
Once you start using the Citus extension to distribute your Postgres database, you may never want to go back. But what if you just want to experiment with Citus and want to have the comfort of knowing you can go back? Well, as of Citus 9.5, now there is a new
undistribute_table() function to make it easy for you to, well, to revert a distributed table back to being a regular Postgres table.
If you are familiar with Citus, you know that Citus is an open source extension to Postgres that distributes your data (and queries) to multiple machines in a cluster—thereby parallelizing your workload and scaling your Postgres database horizontally. When you start using Citus—whether you’re using Citus open source or whether you’re using Citus as part of a managed service in the cloud—usually the first thing you need to do is distribute your Postgres tables across the cluster.Keep reading