After the success of last year's event, the second PGDay held in Australia, we're back this year with PGDay Down Under. The name “Down Under” refers to Australia and New Zealand, due to the fact these countries are located in the lower latitudes of the southern hemisphere.
The conference is a one-day community event organized by the newborn PostgreSQL Down Under Incorporated (also known as PGDU), a not-for-profit association established to support the growth and learning of PostgreSQL, the world’s most advanced open source database, in Australia and New Zealand.
PGDay Down Under aims to satisfy a large audience of PostgreSQL users and enthusiasts by selecting a wide range of talks and presentations that are of interest to:
Database administrators that are already using (more…)
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.
Can't imagine what a newbie can do with PostgreSQL on Linux in a month by (more…)
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…)
With just couple of weeks to go for PGDay India, I'm quite excited about the upcoming PostgreSQL conference at Bangalore on 26th February, 2016. This is going to be the biggest ever conglomeration of users, developers and companies interested in PostgreSQL in India. This is also by far the largest PostgreSQL conference in terms of number of speakers and attendees. Till last year, we'd to almost find speakers for the conference, but this year we'd a good problem of rejecting almost 1 in every 2 submitted proposals. It's almost certain that in coming years, we either have to do multiple-track or multiple-day event. Again, a nice to have problem.
For the first time, we are looking to easily cross 100 mark in terms of attendees. We have secured 3 Platinum Sponsors, 2 Gold Sponsors, 1 (more…)
November 7th 2014 was the eighth Italian PostgreSQL Day, the national event dedicated to the promotion of the world's most advanced open source database. The Italian edition is one of the most enduring in the whole Postgres community (the first one took place in July 2007) and the results of the activity of a very established non profit organisation such as ITPUG (Italian PostgreSQL Users Group).
The sixth edition of the Italian PGDay will be held in Prato on November 23 in the historical location of the Monash University Centre.
The call for papers has officially been opened today. International speakers are most welcome.
The Italian PGDay 2011 will take place in Prato, on Friday November 25th, at the Monash University Prato Centre. Exactly, where it all started.The event, organised by the Italian PostgreSQL Users Group, will be a great chance for both Italian and European members of the PostgreSQL community to gather together and to promote PostgreSQL.