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Phil Vacca

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The popularity of the PostgreSQL database has never been higher. Now, all three of the biggest Cloud providers - AWS, MS Azure, and Google Cloud Platform - finally offer Postgres as a hosted service. Add to that one of the earliest and most familiar hosted PostgreSQL solutions, Heroku, and it certainly seems that it has never been easier to have a turn-key solution for the world's most advanced open source database. A developer or system admin would be wise to ask what are the differences between these offerings? And just how much control over the db are you giving up by opting for one of these solutions?

The talk will attempt to answer these questions and more in three parts: 1. A brief history of Cloud hosted databases 2. What hosting gives you, and what you give up (a feature comparison of the providers) 3. Options for doing it yourself using the cloud

This talk should help you understand how many areas there are to consider when it comes to hosting your database: from deployment, to monitoring performance, handling version upgrades, and maintaining High Availability, to the all important questions of pricing. I hope you will join me for this look at the current state of Postgres in the Cloud.

Date:
2017 September 30 15:00
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Fairfield
Conference:
PgConf US Local: Ohio
Language:
Track:
Postgres
Difficulty:
Easy