PGConf Local: Seattle [PgConf.US]
Join the Postgres Community in Seattle!
The Postgres Conference in conjunction with Seattle PostgreSQL User Group presents two days of educational content and networking November 13 - November 14, 2017, at the Seattle Sheraton. The first day features training workshops presented by local and global Postgres experts, with the second and main conference day comprised of breakout sessions on various Postgres-related topics and use cases.
*Update -- even more amazing content, with new tracks added for Data Science, Big Data and AWS / Cloud
PGConf Seattle 2017 is part of a nonprofit conference series with a focus on growing the PostgreSQL community through increased awareness and education in PostgreSQL.
**Download workshop materials here: https://gitlab.com/fV6Dcb8VGcpyI/PostgreSQL_and_Linux_Containers_in_the_Enterprise** EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Expert SESSION TRACK: Infrastructure DETAILS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: Automation is THE big thing these days. Software delivery and infrastructure changes in regards to provisioning, creating and tearing down servers, is no longer a niche activity for only the largest and most complex networks. Nowadays, everybody is racing to automate...
When you are optimizing PostgreSQL it is usually maintenance that goes by the wayside. How do we fix autovacuum? Where did all of this bloat come from? Why am I getting IO spikes? How do I get RDS to behave?! Why are commits so slow on replication? The answer to all of these questions is understanding the relationship between proper Postgres maintenance and performance. Join us for a 3 hour jaunt through the wily world of making Postgres Go!
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See rock-star speakers cover the topics of
Tuning PostgreSQL for High Write Workloads by David Wein
POSTGRESQL V10: AN AMPLIFIED VERSION OF POSTGRES by Joshua D. Drake
Enterprise Data Architecture with PostgreSQL by Kevin Kempter
All the dirt on Vacuum by Jim Nasby
Building a scalable time-series database on PostgreSQL by Matvey Arye
Automated Failure Management and Caching, with no code changes by Erik Brandsberg
The internals of GPORCA optimizer by Xin (Shin) Zhang
Using GIS in PostgreSQL by Lloyd Albin
Postgres Performance and Maintenance by Joshua D. Drake
Scaling PostgreSQL Using Linux Containers in the Enterprise by Robert Bernier
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility by Michael Sacks
Data Quality Expert Is Not Harvard's Sexiest Job...But by Ben Rogojan
AWS / Cloud
Best Practices with Managed PostgreSQL in the Cloud by Jignesh Shah