Mastering PostgreSQL 10

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Learn
  • Get to grips with the advanced features of PostgreSQL 10 and handle advanced SQL
  • Make use of the indexing features in PostgreSQL and fine-tune the performance of your queries
  • Work with stored procedures and manage backup and recovery
  • Master replication and failover techniques
  • Troubleshoot your PostgreSQL instance for solutions to common and not-so-common problems
  • Learn how to migrate your database from MySQL and Oracle to PostgreSQL without any hassle
About

PostgreSQL is an open source database used for handling large datasets (big data) and as a JSON document database. This book highlights the newly introduced features in PostgreSQL 10, and shows you how you can build better PostgreSQL applications, and administer your PostgreSQL database more efficiently. We begin by explaining advanced database design concepts in PostgreSQL 10, along with indexing and query optimization. You will also see how to work with event triggers and perform concurrent transactions and table partitioning, along with exploring SQL and server tuning. We will walk you through implementing advanced administrative tasks such as server maintenance and monitoring, replication, recovery, high availability, and much more. You will understand common and not-so-common troubleshooting problems and how you can overcome them. By the end of this book, you will have an expert-level command of advanced database functionalities and will be able to implement advanced administrative tasks with PostgreSQL 10.

Features
  • Your one-stop guide to mastering advanced concepts in PostgreSQL 10 with ease
  • Master query optimization, replication, and high availability with PostgreSQL
  • Extend the functionalities of your PostgreSQL instance to suit your organizational needs with minimal effort
Page Count 428
Course Length 12 hours 50 minutes
ISBN 9781788472296
Date Of Publication 31 Jan 2018

Authors

Hans-Jürgen Schönig

Hans-Jürgen Schönig has 18 years' experience with PostgreSQL. He is the CEO of a PostgreSQL consulting and support company called Cybertec Schönig and Schönig GmbH. It has successfully served countless customers around the globe. Before founding Cybertec Schönig and Schönig GmbH in 2000, he worked as a database developer at a private research company that focused on the Austrian labor market, where he primarily worked on data mining and forecast models. He has also written several books about PostgreSQL.