PostgreSQL schedulers: comparison table

Hello, my name is Pavlo Golub, and I am a scheduler addict. That began when I implemented pg_timetable for PostgreSQL. I wrote a lot about it. In this post, I want to share the result of my investigations on the schedulers available for PostgreSQL. I gave a talk about this topic at the CERN meetup, so […]

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PostgreSQL Security: Things to avoid in real life

Hardening PostgreSQL has become ever more important. Security is king these days and people want to know how to make PostgreSQL safe. Some of us might still remember what happened to MongoDB in recent years and we certainly want to avoid similar security problems in the PostgreSQL world. What happened to MongoDB is actually stunning: […]

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Setting up SSL authentication for PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is a secure database and we want to keep it that way. It makes sense, then, to consider SSL to encrypt the connection between client and server. This posting will help you to set up SSL authentication for PostgreSQL properly, and hopefully also to understand some background information to make your database more secure. […]

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PostgreSQL GitHub Actions – Continuous Integration

Intro GitHub Actions (GHA) are altogether a piece of excellent machinery for continuous integration or other automated tasks on your repo. I started to use them from the release day on as a replacement for CircleCI. Not that I think CircleCI is a bad product; I love to have everything in one place if possible. […]

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Terms of service

CYBERTEC Terms of Service General service and support conditions  CYBERTEC PostgreSQL International Gmbh 2021 This terms of service apply to all services mentioned below which are provided by CYBERTEC PostgreSQL International GmbH (“CYBERTEC”) to its contractual partners (“Client”) and determine the conditions for the provision of the respective agreed services by CYBERTEC to the client. […]

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PostgreSQL clustering: vip-manager

Patroni has dramatically simplified the setup of the PostgreSQL High-Availability cluster. Personally I consider Patroni to be by far the best tool out there to cluster PostgreSQL and to ensure HA in the most reliable and straightforward way possible. The main questions asked by many people are: How can you make a PostgreSQL cluster transparent? […]

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pg_squeeze: Optimizing PostgreSQL storage

Is your database growing at a rapid rate? Does your database system slow down all the time? And maybe you have trouble understanding why this happens? Maybe it is time to take a look at pg_squeeze and fix your database once and for all. pg_squeeze has been designed to shrink your database tables without downtime. […]

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Product Support

Our product support covers patches and bug fixes for PostgreSQL and the CYBERTEC extended toolchain. Whenever they require maintenance, we will be there to help you. Product Support customers enjoy speedy and reliable service.     CYBERTEC provides all bug fixes for the most frequently used PostgreSQL platforms, processors and architectures. This includes not only […]

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CYBERTEC PostgreSQL Enterprise Edition (PGEE)

first-quarter   — MORE THAN SAFE DATA Are you ready for the next level? Time for enterprise PostgreSQL! If you’re ready for premium PostgreSQL, then you need CYBERTEC PostgreSQL Enterprise Edition. PGEE is a highly secure database management system with advanced enterprise features, powered by CYBERTEC’s deep PostgreSQL expertise. PGEE is an enhanced PostgreSQL distribution […]

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