Learn how the new EDB Postgres Platform 2017 enables enterprises to support more challenging workloads, manage more complex analytics, and expand data migration with legacy databases like Oracle and SQL Server.
New performance enhancements in the new EDB Postgres Platform 2017 enable enterprises to support more challenging workloads, complex analytics, and greater data integration.
Advances in database performance support faster queries, larger data sets, and greater data integration. Enhancements to tools for replication and backup and recovery help create a more powerful and better-integrated architecture to support high-performance Postgres workloads.
Learn how key components of the EDB Postgres Platform 2017 have advanced:
- EDB Postgres Advanced Server 9.6: New partitioned table enhancements; vacuum optimizations; parallel sequential scans, joins, and aggregates; and more contribute to a more powerful database with the capacity to support robust clustering, scale out, and integration solutions. Expanded compatibility for Oracle increases the workloads easily migrated to EDB Postgres.
- EDB Postgres Replication Server 6.1: Enhanced synchronization boosts performance of geographically dispersed databases. Expanded compatibility with Oracle and SQL Server create more opportunities to leverage EDB Postgres.
- EDB Postgres Backup and Recovery 2.1: New precision controls greatly ease and speed processes for DBAs, such as block-level incremental backup to improve backup performance and reduce storage cost.
Jason Davis, Senior Director, Product Management, and Stephen Horn, Senior Product Manager will deliver a comprehensive overview of what’s new in the EDB Postgres Platform 2017 and how it can fast-track your digital business initiatives.
This presentation is intended for DBAs, developers, and database architects who are responsible for the choice of DBMS and design of new databases. This presentation will interest existing EDB customers, as well as organizations evaluating EDB Postgres.