Having a unified view when combining data from different sources is essential for every business. Whether you want to connect to a cloud application, import/export data to/from a text file, or sync data between your datasource and a 3rd party platform - having a database platform that provides a seamless and effective data integration process is critical.
This week on Tuesday, 13 February, 2ndQuadrant hosted the second webinar in their PostgreSQL webinar series. Principal Consultant, Shaun Thomas, conducted the webinar, covering various topics around integration of PostgreSQL with other data sources and database technologies.
The recording of the Webinar is now available. Those who couldn’t make it to the live session can now view Data Integration with PostgreSQL here.
On 12-Dec-2017, 2ndQuadrant held the first in a series of PostgreSQL webinars. The session was conducted by Andrew Dunstan, Principal Contributor of JSON functionality to PostgreSQL and Senior Developer & PostgreSQL Committer at 2ndQuadrant.
As promised, the recording of the Webinar is now available. Those who couldn't make it to the live session, can now view Introduction to JSON data types in PostgreSQL here.
While Andrew was able to address many questions live, there were several queries that couldn’t be answered due to time restrictions. Andrew Dunstan has taken time to answer those questions below.
Q1: Since PostgreSQL 9.4 JSONB supports GIN index, does that means that GIN index has a better performance on JSONB? What about JSON?
A: There is no direct indexing
OmniDB is an open source web tool designed specifically for managing relational databases with focus on simplicity and user interaction, but at the same time be fast, powerful and light on memory. OmniDB, at the moment, supports several different relational database systems such as PostgreSQL.
The latest release of OmniDB, version 2.3.0, has introduced ‘Debugger for PL/pgSQL functions’ - a much requested feature for OmniDB users.
If you’re a PostgreSQL user and want to extract the power of its functionalities through a simple GUI tool, here is Simon Riggs from 2ndQuadrant demonstrating how to run OmniDB on top of PostgreSQL 10.
My name is Simon Riggs from 2ndQuadrant, and I’m going to give you a demo of OmniDB running on top of Postgres 10.
What is OmniDB