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Data locality: Scaling PostgreSQL with Citus intelligently

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 09.2023
While sharding is often advertised as “THE solution to PostgreSQL scalability”, it is necessary to keep some technical aspects in […]

Citus: Sharding your first table

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 09.2023
Citus is a capable sharding solution for PostgreSQL. It solves a ton of scalability issues: these can be addressed using […]

Postgres scaling advice

by CYBERTEC Guest | 01.2021
By Kaarel Moppel: So, you’re building the next unicorn startup and are thinking feverishly about a future-proof PostgreSQL architecture to […]

PostgreSQL affiliate projects for horizontal multi-terabyte scaling

by CYBERTEC Guest | 12.2018
By Kaarel Moppel: Some weeks ago I wrote about some common concepts / performance hacks related to how you can […]

Ideas for scaling PostgreSQL to multi-terabyte and beyond

by CYBERTEC Guest | 10.2018
By Kaarel Moppel: After a recent chat with a DBA who was taking his first steps towards migrating a big […]

Scaling PostgreSQL: Using more than just one core for aggregation

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 09.2015
Scaling PostgreSQL: Modern servers provide people with more and more CPU cores. 16 cores or more are not uncommon these […]
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