This is the archive of the old blog hosted on blogger.
The old blog is still available on the url https://4thdoctordba.blogspot.com
As mentioned in the presentation I did at the Brighton PostgreSQL Meetup, pg chameleon is a commute project.
In general I work on it when I travel. And thanks to the pgconf and other requirements I travelled a lot recently.
This is the presentation’s recording (sorry the audio is suboptimal).
So I was able to build a minimum viable product which seems to work properly.
The alpha1 release is available for download and testing here
This is the recording of the pg_chameleon presentation I gave at the Brighton PostgreSQL Meetup
The slides are available here
When I first read about the systemd I truly believed the linux community would be able to improve this init system. Or at least to stop it if not good enough to be used as replacement for sysvinit.
I was wrong. After a strong and poisonous debating Debian switched to systemd in Jessie. Several contributors left Debian and organised a fork called Devuan which is pushing for the init freedom.
Back from Estonia after the amazing European PGConf 2016 I’m about to give a talk on the MySQL to PostgreSQL replication project I’m developing.
But first things first. I want to thank all the organisers of the PGConf Europe. The talks were super interesting the location absolutely stunning and the old and new friends I met, remembered me how amazing is the PostgreSQL community. Unfortunately I missed the social events (did somebody said a DBA can have social life?
The slides from the talk Life on a rollercoaster are available here http://www.slideshare.net/FedericoCampoli/life-on-arollercoaster