pgDay Paris 2017 is the third annual one-day, one-track PostgreSQL conference, held in Paris, France. The schedule is live!
This year, all presentations are in English in order to bring the very best of the international community to Paris and to show how PostgreSQL is used around the globe.
Here is what you'll see at pgDay Paris 2017:
A PostgreSQL DBAs Toolbelt for 2017 by Kaarel Moppel, a consultant from Austrian PostgreSQL company Cybertec, takes us on a tour of handy tools and scripts that every DBA should know about.
Corruption War Stories by Christophe Pettus, CEO of American company PostgreSQL Experts, shares with us his experiences with data corruption and how he was able to overcome it.
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Un événement communautaire
Cette année encore 2ndQuadrant aide la communauté PostgreSQL en France en étant Partenaire du pgDay 2017 à Paris
Cette journée de conférences, en anglais exclusivement, est une opportunité unique d'en apprendre plus sur le fonctionnement et l'activité de PostgreSQL. Sécurité, benchmarks, supervision, roadmap pour la version 10, réplication, ... de nombreux sujets, variés et d'actualité. A noter qu'il n'est pas nécessaire de savoir lire Shakespeare dans la langue pour comprendre ce qu'il va se dire, c'est donc également une bonne occasion de renforcer votre anglais technique!
2ndQuadrant tient à remercier Vik Fearing pour sa très forte implication dans l'organisation de cet événement communautaire appuyé par l'association Européenne (more…)
This year, the ITPUG (Italian Postgres User Group) organized PGDay in Prato, my hometown and city where the association was born, although most of the members are from outside of the Tuscany region.
It was my pleasure to contribute to the community by sharing my professional experience. I gave a talk about PostgreSQL on Network File System, a research based on crash tests to prove reliability using PostgreSQL on NFS. Sharing my PostgreSQL experience with the participants was useful and pleasant.
During the event, I had the chance to attend the talk about tools for upgrading Postgres between major releases given by Denis Gasparin; and the one about ULSS's (Regional Healthcare System) migration to Open Source, given by Giorgio Roncolato, proving that more institutions than we thought (more…)
Did you know - 2ndQuadrant has the largest single, collection of PostgreSQL experts of any company globally?!
With a team of some of the best known developers, they all still actively contribute to the progressive development of PostgreSQL. Would you like to have access to some of the most knowledgeable and experienced people available? The 5432...MeetUs! post-conference training is your chance!
In addition to the Kanban System Design training course with Dragos Dumitriu we mentioned last week, there will be a variety of other training courses in the days following the 5432...MeetUs! conference. When you attend a course with 2ndQuadrant, you learn from experts who understand PostgreSQL, the platforms, programs, and languages at the deepest level.
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If you are eager to learn new competencies or advance your skills in PostgreSQL and other Open Source programs, platforms, and languages, you should join us at the 5432...MeetUs! conference!
Between the workshop track offered during the conference and the optional trainings offered in the two days following the conference, it looks like there will be something for everyone at this conference. There's a chance to be hands-on with different programs, platforms and languages such as Docker, Repmgr and more - we also hear that they will have some Raspberry Pis that you can experiment with.
The workshops are an optional track during the conference (it is required that you register in advance) and the trainings will be held in the days following the conference.
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You now have time until March 14th, 2016 to submit your talk to "5432...MeetUs!", the conference
organised by 2ndQuadrant that will take place in Milan next June 28th and 29th.
Further information on the call for papers can be found on the conference website.
Japan has been an early and vigorous adopter of PostgreSQL (back in 2006, when PostgreSQL was still emerging from obscurity in the western hemisphere, I noted that in Tokyo bookstores, PostgreSQL books outweighed MySQL ones by about 5:3), and it's no surprise that by nationality, only the USA and Germany have more committers. The Japan PostgreSQL User Group (JPUG) has been around a while too and is one of the oldest and most active worldwide (and has been around long enough to have established a Japanese logo for PostgreSQL which is often used in place of Slonik [*]) . This year JPUG celebrates its 15th anniversary, and the 2014 conference - held in Tokyo on December 5th - was the largest yet with over 20 speakers, 5 (five!) parallel tracks and around 280 attendees.
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