What’s New in PostgreSQL 9.6

Date: 
Tuesday, September 20, 8:00am EDT
Teaser: 
Join Bruce Momjian, co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, to learn what’s new in PostgreSQL 9.6 on September 20!
 
 

This fall the PostgreSQL community is rolling out PostgreSQL 9.6 which includes improvements in parallelism for query performance, overall performance improvements and the integration of foreign data sources.

Join this special webinar featuring Bruce Momjian, co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group and Senior Database Architect at EDB as he introduces the new features of 9.6 and how they will benefit you.

  • Parallel sequential scans, joins and aggregates
  • Elimination of repetitive scanning of old data by autovacuum
  • Synchronous replication now allows multiple standby servers for increased reliability
  • Full-text search for phrases
  • Support for remote joins, sorts, and updates in postgres_fdw
  • Substantial performance improvements, especially in the area of improving scalability on many-CPU servers

Target Audience:This presentation is intended for DBAs who are responsible for the administration of Postgres databases, as well as developers who use Postgres for their applications. Participants will learn what’s new in PostgreSQL 9.6 and which use cases might be enabled by these new and improved functionalities.

Webcast Author: 
Bruce Momjian, Co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group and Senior Database Architect, EDB
Duration: 
1 hour