PostgreSQL 14 has more than 200 improvements and new features, but broadly they fall into four areas: Performance, Observability, Security and Convenience. For developers, what is there to look forward to in this new version? Let’s look at them in some more detail.
We had a chat with Robert Treat, Postgres Technical Fellow at the open source data platform company Instaclustr about PostgreSQL’s popularity, its use cases, and which open source technologies it pairs with. Learn how IT teams and organizations can overcome hurdles when scaling PostgreSQL.
Looking for additional support for your PostgreSQL databases? Thanks to PostGIS 2.5.0, you’ll never lose your way in a PostgreSQL database. This release comes with a number of new features and bugfixes that will support the database of your dreams.
Want to manage your databases with Google Cloud Platform, but you’re still a big PostgreSQL fan? Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL is now generally available, making database management easier than ever.
Bringing support for geographic objects to PostgreSQL, PostGIS has several advantages over similar spatial databases like SQL Server and Oracle Locator/Spatial. Adam Wright shows us the extender’s most popular functions, data types and how to get started.
Unless youve been living under a rock for the last five years, youve probably heard a lot of buzz surrounding clouds, and unless somebodys given you a clear, specific introduction, youre no doubt leery of the term. Andy Piper and Josh Long dig deeper into Cloud Foundry
Straight out of Boston, Red Hat reveal the business model behind their cloud platform, but aren’t leaving behind free Java cloud hosting entirely.
VMware retaliate with the release of vFabric by adding automated deployment, enterprise open source support, PostgreSQL capabilities and SQLFire to cover all bases.
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group have announced the first beta release for the latest iteration of their object-relational database.
The Hadoop to SQL connector gets top billing at Apache.
A major update to the mini yet mega PaaS, almost a year on from its inception
With the additional of three major languages, continuous integration environment Travis begins its assault on Java.
Latest version improves write scalability and performance, provides flexibility and reliability with transaction-level control of synchronous replication and adds Virtual Private Database for extra security
New support for generating source code from jpa annotated beans with dzo 2.0.0.