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Database administrators need tools for database maintenance, performance optimization, and configuration as well as creating a highly available supportive infrastructure. EnterpriseDB (EDB) leads the industry in creating best-in-class Postgres tools to support DBAs with their mission critical enterprise deployments. One of the most widely used suites is the EDB Management Suite, which has been recently updated to be compatible with PostgreSQL 10 and EDB Postgres Advanced Server 10. Two of the tools in the suite also have added security, alerting, and customization […]

As we approach year end, our EDB team was inspired to take a look back at our blog posts from the year and see what topics resonated the most with our readers. Here is a Top 10 recap of your favorites from 2017. 10. Pgpool II Keeps Pace With Demands of Today’s Architectures and Workloads This blog is about Pgpool II, the middleware product that sits between the PostgreSQL server and database clients. Coming in at #10 for 2017, our readers […]

Since I just committed the last pending patch to improve hash indexes to PostgreSQL 11, and since most of the improvements to hash indexes were committed to PostgreSQL 10 which is expected to be released next week, it seems like a good time for a brief review of all the work that has been done over the last 18 months or so. Prior to version 10, hash indexes didn’t perform well under concurrency, lacked write-ahead logging and thus were not safe […]

The list of new features coming in PostgreSQL 10 is extremely impressive.  I’ve been involved in the PostgreSQL project since the 8.4 release cycle (2008-2009), and I’ve never seen anything like this.  Many people have already blogged about these features elsewhere; my purpose here is just to bring together a list of the features that, in my opinion, are the biggest new things that we can expect to see in PostgreSQL 10. [Disclaimers: (1) Other people may have different opinions.  (2) […]