Open Data, Open Database: PostgreSQL

author: Simon Riggs, 2ndQuadrant
published: July 16, 2012,   recorded: June 2012,   views: 4859
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2ndQuadrant develops and supports the PostgreSQL database server, the open source database that is used worldwide for mission critical and high performance applications.

Europe's data is Big, Linked and Open. The PostgreSQL database offers an open source platform that is fast and robust enough to meet these challenges with a variety of innovative features. Surprising to many is PostgreSQL's ability to host a variety of different datatypes, covering standard relational, array-based designs, key value stores and XML/JSON document centric databases. From current capabilities to EU funded future enhancements, we will discuss the opportunities for many different data stores and the road map for the future.

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