pgDay is a one day event organized by the PostgreSQL community and co-hosted with the FOSS4G North America conference. This event is a full day of talks on PostgreSQL and PostGIS, including use cases, performance, internals, scaling, and new features.
PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system, with over 25 years of development starting at UC Berkeley. It is the basis for PostGIS, the primary database system for geographic software. Together, PostgreSQL and PostGIS are a powerful platform to support both geographic and non-geographic open source software. Chances are, if you work with open-source geographic software, you already use PostGIS.
pgDay is 1 day theme event co-located with FOSS4G NA and will take place on Tuesday, May 3, 2015 at the Raleigh Convention Center. FOSS4G NA attendees with All-Access Passes may attend the talks included in the pgDay. If you're only interested in attending pgDay, we have one day passes available for only $200.
If you have any questions, please email us.
PostSQL Day Agenda
|10:00 10:30||Morning Break|
|10:30 11:05||Old school auditing with the new JSONB stuff: pgMemento||Felix Kunde|
|11:15 11:50||Using the FGDC Address Standard with Non-English Street Names||Zachary Lancaster|
|13:30 14:05||Don't Forget the Elephant||Keith Fiske|
|14:15 14:50||BRIN indexes on geospatial database||Giuseppe Broccolo|
|15:00 15:35||MLS PostGIS: Multi-level Security in PostgreSQL/PostGIS with RLS and SELinux||Joseph Conway|
|15:35 16:15||Afternoon Break|
|16:15 16:50||Postgis “esri union” on a “unlimited” sized data set.||Lars Aksel Opsahl|
|17:00 17:55||Lightning Talks|
Thank you to our sponsors!