Presented by:

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Scott Mead

OpenSCG

Scott Mead is a Sr. Architect and founding member at the Open Source Consulting Group (OpenSCG). Scott has 12 years of experience with the PostgreSQL database engine including, migrations to / from commercial and open-source RDBMS, application development, large-scale (500+ node) database administration as well as code contributions to the PostgreSQL core engine.

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In this tutorial we will be combining an extended deep dive on Amazon Relational Database Service along with a hands on lab using Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL. As part of the deep dive we will cover the unique features of Amazon RDS for improved availability and durability. In addition, you will get hands on experience creating an Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL for high availability and read scaling as well as point in time recovery for your instance. We will also walk through failover, promotion and the best practices around parameter settings based on application workload. Requirements: Please bring your laptop to get hands-on experience with Amazon RDS. Preferably pre-create an account at aws.amazon.com/free‎

Date:
2019 March 19 09:00
Duration:
3 h
Room:
Chelsea
Conference:
Postgres Conference
Language:
Track:
Ops and Administration
Difficulty:
Easy