Presented by:

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Tomas Vondra

database engineer at 2ndQuadrant

Tomas first met PostgreSQL in 2003 and quickly became a big fan. He participated in porting various applications to PostgreSQL from other databases, tuning and fixing performance issues etc. He is also a member of the executive committee of CSPUG (Czech and Slovak PostgreSQL Users Group), an "umbrella" organization for the local PostgreSQL community.

Tomas currently works as a database engineer 2ndQuadrant, working both on PostgreSQL and Postgres-XL.

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The talk presents discusses performance improvements in analytical / BI workloads in recent PostgreSQL releases, illustrated with results from multiple major versions, and also about what additional improvements might happen in the near future. I will also discuss news from the Postgres-XL,, the distributed PostgreSQL fork, and how it compares to the current PostgreSQL in this area.

Date:
2017 March 31 11:00
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Liberty I
Conference:
PGConf US 2017
Language:
Track:
Internals
Difficulty:
Medium