An evening with Postgres

NYC Postgres
NYC Postgres
Public group


New York Times Bldg, 620 8th Avenue, 45th Floor · New York

How to find us

Check in with the front desk, ask for DataDog. After getting your security pass, take the elevator to the 45th Floor.

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Event schedule
06:30 - doors open, food/beverages
07:00 - introductions
07:10 - Seth Rosenblum: Monitoring at DataDog
07:30 - Bruce Momjian: Will Postgres Live Forever
08:20 - Matvey Arye: Building a Performant Time-Series Database
08:40 - close

As a co-founder and core team member of the Postgres open-source project, Bruce Momjian is in a unique position to discuss its long history, and give some insights into the future of the project.

In a sweeping presentation, Bruce will discuss what keeps open-source projects alive and vibrant, and how the future of databases will be open-source first, and Postgres first because it's the only database that satisfies the myriad requirements of businesses and startups.

Come with your questions, or just come to listen. We have a great evening planned, with additional Postgres talks by DataDog and Timescale.

Talk: Will Postgres Live Forever

Speaker: Bruce Momjian, co-founder and core team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group and Sr. Database Architect at EnterpriseDB.