PostgreSQL 11 – What’s new and shiny?
In my previous article, I had shared some very interesting features of PostgreSQL 10. After almost a year of its release, the community has now come up with PostgreSQL 11, which has bought in some new, interesting features. And, you certainly wouldn’t want to miss taking a note of these features. I will also be using screenshots as required, to showcase it better. PARTITIONING FUNCTIONALITY COMES WITH A MAJOR IMPROVEMENT: Native partitioning syntax was first made available in Postgres 10, which […]
Sushant Pawar | Database Solution Consultant, Ashnik
Open Source powers Digital Transformation in SEA
About 10 months back, I joined Ashnik and since then have been looking after this vibrant market of Southeast Asia (SEA). When I was asked to write an article for the newsletter, the first thought that crossed my mind was sharing something on Open Source. We all know of how Open source has been fuelling digital transformation initiatives for large conglomerates in the region and globally. But particularly for our region, what is it doing and what’s in store? Penning down […]
Anubha Sharma I Enterprise Sales Manager
Introducing The New Docker Hub
Today, we’re excited to announce that Docker Store and Docker Cloud are now part of Docker Hub, providing a single experience for finding, storing and sharing container images. This means that: Docker Certified and Verified Publisher Images are now available for discovery and download on Docker Hub Docker Hub has a new user experience Millions of individual users and more than a hundred thousand organizations use Docker Hub, Store and Cloud for their container content needs. We’ve designed this Docker Hub update to […]
Jeff Morgan I Docker
Native Data Redaction Capability in EDB Postgres Advanced Server 11
Marc Linster has posted a blog, Creating a Data Redaction Capability to Meet GDPR Requirements Using EDB Postgres, to demonstrate data redaction on EDB Postgres Advanced Server 10, which has taken the approach to leverage the PostgreSQL search_path feature to direct privileged users to the raw unredacted data when they run a query, and to direct non-privileged users to a view that implements redaction logic. EDB Postgres Advanced Server 11 comes with native data redaction capabilities that are much more concrete and […]
Amul Sul I Senior Software Engineer with EnterpriseDB
Would PostgreSQL leak your data? No! But YOU might!
Recently, Singapore faced the ‘most serious breach of personal data’. In this attack a total of 1.5 million SingHealth patients’ non-medical personal data was stolen and 160,000 outpatient dispensed medicines’ records were compromised. There were few government officials among those who were targeted. Similar incidents have been heard from across the globe. As a part of my role, I interact with customers for key open source technologies including PostgreSQL – a relational database technology. Security is one of the key focus […]
Sameer Kumar I Senior Solution Architect, Ashnik
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Solution – the open source way!
The need for tighter security regulations require enterprises to implement a comprehensive set of security controls including monitoring, auditing and reporting. Hence, enterprises are increasingly implementing SIEM solutions as a part of their a standard security system. According to Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant report on SIEM, 80% of breaches go undetected by the breached organizations, making SIEM solutions more vital than ever. However, Gartner noted that threat management is still the primary driver of demand in the field. The report also […]