PostgreSQL vs MongoDB: the definitive benchmark
Álvaro is a passionate database and software developer. He has been an almost exclusive user of PostgreSQL, as THE database, for more than 15 years. Founder of OnGres, he is dedicated to R&D in databases. Álvaro founded ToroDB, previously the “Billion Tables Project” and keeps working on innovative open source solutions for databases, specially PostgreSQL. On his free time he also contributes to open source and PostgreSQL, like SCRAM's support in PostgreSQL's JDBC driver.
He is a frequent speaker at PostgreSQL, database and Java conferences. Álvaro created the Spanish PostgreSQL user group, one of the largest in the world, with 750+ members.
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Welcome to the first database, non benchmarketing, benchmark! We could discuss feature set, operational reliability, language/API compatibility, and many other topics. But to be the fastest always matters!
Join us on journey about performance. The final takeaway is not the result, but the process: how to benchmark, how to measure, how to exercise different capabilities of the databases. How is it possible to compare databases that are oranges and lemons. But above all, this is a journey about performance optimization and production-quality environments, as we wanted to benchmark precisely this, and not “synthetic” or “lab” setups.
Don’t let others tell you the final result: watch the process and judge with your own eyes.
- 2019 March 21 15:20
- 50 min
- Riverside Suite
- Postgres Conference