variety of FDWs to federate different data sources (including PostgreSQL itself) with PostgreSQL.
And also, you may know everyone in the industry is talking about BigData and analytics everyday. We know that most of them must be a buzz though. :p
Yesterday, I released a brand-new FDW, monetdb_fdw, which allows you to federate MonetDB, an open source column-oriented RDBMS, with PostgreSQL.
The column-store pioneer | MonetDB
MonetDB was originally developed at University of Amsterdam, and it has been well developed and maintained as open source.
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The event had about 40 participants and 17 talks in 4 hours, and it was successfully run by the participants.
As you may know, "conference" requires its host to arrange the program *much before* the event starts. As opposed to that, "unconference" doesn't.
"Unconference" is filled with many short talks, typically 10 to 20 minute ones, which need to be arranged at beginning of the event, and running multiple (two or more) sessions at the same time to give a chance to participants to find a topic they are interested in.
What we did and what we saw there.So, I started the event with saying this:
"Welcome to *the most unprepared event* we've ever had! :) Now is the time to start arranging our program. Please write down the title of your talk on the post-it note, and put it on the white board."
Posted by Satoshi Nagayasu at 12:04 PM
Tuesday, January 01, 2013
I'm pleased to announce my first PostgreSQL extension, pg_part extension, to take advantage of table (range) partitioning on PostgreSQL.
- PostgreSQL: Documentation: 9.1: Partitioning
Posted by Satoshi Nagayasu at 5:10 PM