I’ll be at the University of Ferrara Saturday 9th of January for a PostgreSQL afternoon. This is the confirmed schedule. 15:00 - Federico Campoli: PostgreSQL, the big the fast and the (NOSQL on) Acid 15:40 - Michele Finelli: The PostgreSQL’s transactional system 16:20 - Coffee break / general chat 16:40 - Federico Campoli: Streaming replication 17:30 - Federico Campoli: Query tuning in PostgreSQL 18:00 - Michele Finelli: An horror fairy tale: how we have lost a database
This second meetup went very well. The audience was interested and we had fun time thanks to the beer and pizzas offered alongside with the venue by our sponsor brandwatch. Here a couple of pictures from the meetup. The recording worked much better than the previous time, here’s the presentation’s video. We’ll meet again shortly for a nice beer. Next technical talk will be probably in January.
Three days to go for the next Brighton PostgreSQL meetup. I’ll run a live hangout of the talk. You can join the event there. https://plus.google.com/events/cge4691km5qm8euj4erkcp7jecs The record will become available on youtube shortly after the talk’s end.
November 27th at 19.00 GMT I’ll talk at theBrighton PostgreSQL meetup. This time the group chosen the streaming replication as topic. The talk will cover the PostgreSQL write ahead logging and the crash recovery process. The audience will learn how to setup a standby server using the streaming replication and how to troubleshoot it. Please RSVP here.
I’m not dead yeat. Just hard days. However, I’ll talk at the Skiff in the sunny Brighton about PostgreSQL, the big the fast and the (NOSQL on) ACID. If you are around we should kick in the talk at 19.00 BST. This talk is part of the SANE meetings happening on a monthly basis. More informations about the Skiff there. http://www.theskiff.org/ Here the slides PostgreSQL, the big the fast and the (NOSQL on) Acid from Federico Campoli