Kubernetes and containers help make apps more portable so they can be moved more easily – between different clouds and internal environments or laptop to laptop.
Field CTO in the EnterpriseDB Global Services Team
Taylor Graham, a Field CTO in the EnterpriseDB Global Services Team, will provide an introduction of how to run Postgres with Kubernetes and containers. He will explain how Kubernetes works and its StatefulSet workload API, along with techniques that can be used to utilize and automate containers.
This session is intended to provide the audience with everything they need to know about running Postgres in Kubernetes – tips and best practices – to go from zero-to-hero.
Advisory Account Data Engineer at Pivotal
David has been a member of Pivotal’s Data Field Engineering organization over 5 years. He has extensive experience working with Greenplum, Pivotal's Massive Parallel Postgres platform. Prior to joining Pivotal, David led development and administration projects for leading Financial Services organizations as a Database Architect, Database Developer and Database Administrator using multiple operational and data warehouse database management systems.
David Gordon will present Pivotal Postgres.
Pivotal Postgres is a 100% open-source PostgreSQL based on the postgresql.org source tree that is packaged and commercially supported by Pivotal. Customers will be able to get 24/7 world class support by Pivotal experts for their Postgresql installations on-premises, on public and private clouds and in a database as a service (DBaaS) platform.