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Silicon Valley 2019

Postgres Conference Silicon Valley is the largest gathering about People, Postgres, Data on the West Coast! An inclusive and diverse event we bring together a best-in-talent combination of speakers, attendees, and sponsors to build opportunities for the global Postgres ecosystem. This year's conference features the Distributed SQL Summit organized by Yugabyte.

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Conference

Premiere

Distributed SQL Summit Organizer

Community

Some of our speakers

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Tom Kincaid

2ndQuadrant
General Manager 2ndQuadrant Inc.
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Malcolm McLean

PostgresConf South Africa
Organiser (South Africa)
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Roland Lee

Heimdall Data
Head of Products
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Andrew Dunstan

2ndQuadrant
PostgreSQL Architect
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Alvaro Hernandez

OnGres
Founder
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Victoria McCormick

Jersey Mike's
Database Administrator
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Shawn Kim

Apposha
CEO

Conference Highlights

Sep 18 Oracle to PostgreSQL Migration Tutorial

PostgreSQL is a fully-featured, enterprise-grade and open source database, named two years in a row database of the year! And it’s also the best candidate to migrate off of Oracle, supporting very advanced SQL, easy administration and pl/pgsql, a replacement for Oracle’s PL/SQL. Stop spending hundreds of thousands or millions of $ on database licenses and reinvest them in your team, infrastructure and software. Join this tutorial to learn the best practices, tricks and tools to perform a...

Sep 20 Implementation and Coding Issues with building tiered architectures and microservices

In this talk we will discuss a few aspects of application and database design that are often overlooked. I will try providing practical examples and solutions from real life with particular focus on what not to do and “features” to avoid. We will talk about how monolithic application practices are still pervasive in our micro-service and tiered architectures as well as problems with ORMs and various frameworks. Consecutively, we will talk about an approach to building microservice-based...

Sep 18 Postgresql performance tuning - a crash course

Out of the box PostgreSQL comes with very conservative performance settings. In this 3-hour workshop, we'll look at more useful options that relate to performance and how to set them for your environment, as well as query optimization, statistics, operating system parameters and server resources. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, but through this workshop, you'll get the fundamentals of performance tuning PostgreSQL and how to best apply it to your configuration and workload.

Transforming the Omni-Channel Experience at Kroger

Evolving the technology stack at Kroger to meet the transformational needs of the business – to become a true omni-channel retailer in the food/grocery space. The technology stack evolves to a cloud-native micro-services platform which moves from an on-prem ecosystem to a hybrid of on-prem and public cloud infrastructure. Along this journey we are not lifting and shifting but rethinking the entirety of the stack to modern cloud-agnostic cloud-native architectures by using an abundance of open...

Sep 18 Building scalable, real-time analytics applications with Azure Database for PostgreSQL

In this hands-on tutorial, we will cover many of the capabilities that make Postgres the world’s most advanced open source relational database. Specifically, we'll dive deep on how to build scalable, real-time analytics applications using Postgres in the cloud. To do this, we’ll go hands-on and use Azure Database for PostgreSQL including Hyperscale (Citus). Topics include: Why more & more teams are choosing Postgres The Postgres features that matter most to real-time analytics -...

Sep 19 Silicon Valley Postgres Meetup

Postgres V12: Features and Migration Considerations What's New in YugaByte DB 2.0: PostgreSQL Compatibility on Geo-Distributed Storage Architecture and more! Doors open at 6:00 PM, first presentation starts at 6:30PM. After the meetup there will be networking opportunities in the Hotel bar. You do not need a ticket to Postgres Conference to attend the meetup. Of course the conference would love for you to attend it as well: https://postgresconf.org/conferences/SV2019

Program

SV2019 has the most awesome program ever!
See rock-star speakers cover the topics of

Ops and Administration

Unleashing the the power of PostgresSql with kubernetes on Diamanti by arvind gupta

Postgresql in Kubernetes by Armin Nesiren

How to Reduce Your Time-Consuming PostgreSQL Operational Tasks by 90% with ScaleGrid by dharshan rangegowda

PostgreSQL Managed Services at Amazon RDS: Best Practices by Jim Mlodgenski

Advanced compression in TimescaleDB with hybrid row/columnar storage by David Kohn

10 Steps to good PostgreSQL Performance by Hans-Jürgen Schönig

From SQL Server DBA to Postgres DBA by Victoria McCormick

Using SSL with PostgreSQL and pgbouncer by Andrew Dunstan

Professional PostgreSQL monitoring made easy by Pavlo Golub

Mostly mistaken and ignored PostgreSQL parameters while optimizing a PostgreSQL database by Avinash Vallarapu

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe by Richard Yen

Effectively securing your PostgreSQL database by Malcolm McLean

The Great Escape: On Prem to the Cloud with Postgres by Morgan Howes

Wait! What's going on inside my database? Understanding PostgreSQL wait events by Jeremy Schneider

Vacuuming through pictures by Tom Kincaid

PostgreSQL V12: Features and migration considerations by Joshua D. Drake

AutoVacuum - Tuning and Monitoring by Lloyd Albin

High Availability and Automatic Failover in PostgreSQL by Avinash Vallarapu

Taming Performance Variability in PostgreSQL by Shawn Kim

Oracle to PostgreSQL Migration Tutorial by Alvaro Hernandez

Postgresql performance tuning - a crash course by Malcolm McLean

Finding and fixing slow queries by Hans-Jürgen Schönig

San Jose Hilton

San Jose Hilton

Connected to the San Jose McEnery Convention Center and situated at the hub of a city flourishing with industry, our Hilton San Jose hotel is an ideal choice for business travelers. Relax at our outdoor patio or refresh with a dip in our heated outdoor pool. With modern rooms and suites, a European-inspired restaurant, 24-hour fitness center and pool and extensive event space, the hotel offers all you need for a memorable trip to San Jose.

San Jose, California


San Jose Hilton
300 ALMADEN BOULEVARD
San Jose, California 95110
United States

Where to stay in San Jose

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Hyatt Place San Jose /Downtown

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San Jose Marriott

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Fairmont San Jose

Fairmont San Jose is conveniently located in Downtown San Jose, surrounded by some of the city’s most popular attractions. Explore the surrounding city or plan a quick day trip - the hotel is a short drive from redwood forests, wineries, San Francisco and the Monterey peninsula.