Presented by:

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Michał Gutkowski

Expert software engineer at TomTom

Michał Gutkowski 10+ years of experience with Java and RMDS systems. Not really a DBA, but a software engineer with passion for delivering high quality software that solves problems.

Rafał Hawrylak Software hacker and database expert.

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Co-speaker Rafał Hawrylak. In this talk, we will present how we, at TomTom, created a large scale application based on PostgreSQL. What changes when traffic grows from MBs to GBs per day, environment from 1 server to several powerful machines and volume of data to 30TB? We want to share how PostGIS enabled us to create a geospatial platform. How we achieved high read scalability and allow database input of 200GB a day. Is replication solving all the problems? Tracking system metrics is important and our production environment contains 200+ servers in the in-house data-center and from Amazon Web Services. We will show how we monitor and improve application performance. Some of the strategies are generally applicable and some are specific to our deployment. Regardless, we think that information will be useful to anyone planning or currently working with large applications based on PostgreSQL.

Date:
2017 March 31 11:00
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Liberty III
Conference:
PGConf US 2017
Language:
Track:
Use Cases
Difficulty:
Medium