70 Nuances de Postgres

16/03/2015

Le support du standard SQL/MED a été introduit dans PostgreSQL 9.1 (2011). Quatre ans plus tard, nous avons maintenant plus de 70 Foreign Data Wrappers (FDW) disponibles pour lire et écrire sur tout type de moteur de stockage: base Oracle ou MongoDB, fichiers XML, cluster Hadoop, dépot Git, Twitter, etc. etc. etc.

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70 Shades of Postgres

15/03/2015

Support for the SQL/MED standard was introduced in PostgreSQL 9.1 (2011). Four years later, we now have more the 70 Foreign Data Wrappers (FDW) available, which you can use to read and write on any type of data storage : Oracle, MongoDB, XML files, Hadoop, Git repos, Twitter, you-name-it, …

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PoWA 2 ! Moving Fast and Breaking Things

02/03/2015

Yesterday, DALIBO released the second major version of PoWA, the PostgreSQL Workload Analyzer. We’re kind of proud of what we’ve achieved with this new release, however we did crack some eggs while making the omelette… Here’s a brief explanation for all the disruptive choices we made…

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PostgreSQL Dashboard

23/02/2015

Un écran de suivi temps-réel basé sur Dashing et Sinatra

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Introducing PostgreSQL Dashboard

16/02/2015

A real-time monitoring screen based on Dashing and Sinatra

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Revue de Presse PostgreSQL - Janvier 2015

09/02/2015

Un petit tour d’horizon des articles à propos de PostgreSQL parus dans la presse et sur le web…

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PoWA 1.2.1 is out !

22/01/2015

We’ve just released a new version of PoWA, the PostgreSQL Workload Analyzer. Check out complete release note here.

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Rendez-vous at FOSDEM 2015

14/01/2015

As in previous years, Dalibo will particpate to FOSDEM 2015 the greatest FLOSS event in Europe which is held from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1

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Rendez-vous au FOSDEM 2015 !

06/01/2015

Dalibo prendra part au FOSDEM 2015, évènement rassemblant plus de 5000 participants du monde entier, et qui se tiendra à Bruxelles, du 31 janvier au 1er février 2015.

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pgBadger is moving fast

12/11/2012

When the pgBadger project started 6 month ago, our primary goal was to build a better performance tool for PostgreSQL. We also wanted it to be an open and dynamic project, built with the help of the Postgres community. So far the result is beyond our expectations : we’ve received dozens of user requests, bug reports and contributions.

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