Introducing an Update to Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL

Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL

Percona Distribution for PostgreSQLPercona is pleased to announce the release of an updated version of Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL. Following on our initial PostgreSQL Distribution, released in September 2019, this update incorporates the new features of PostgreSQL 12.2 Core Distribution including:

  • Less custom design work is required with SQL and DDL improvements that provide more flexibility and easier data manipulation
  • Enhanced partitioning control through support for foreign keys in partitions and faster partition pruning, delivering stronger relationships and freeing up space more quickly
  • Boost security with new encryption and authentication options, to more easily manage availability and access

Percona has written blogs on some of these new features, including compression of WAL archives, how to minimize benign log entries, and setting up streaming replication.

Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL provides companies with the tools, add-ons, and extensions they require in a single package. The distribution components are designed and tested to work together, easy to deploy, and fully supported by Percona. It includes:

  • PostgreSQL Core Distribution 12.2
  • pg_repack to enable rebuilding tables and indexes without locks
  • pgaudit to provide a full audit trail of user activity and sub statements executed in the database
  • pgBackRest to provide full, incremental, differential, and archive backups quickly and securely
  • Patroni to deliver a high availability environment with several nines of availability

Download Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL

 

Upcoming PostgreSQL Sessions at Percona Live Online

Percona Live Online starts today, May 19, 2020, at 10:00 AM EDT and runs through May 20, 2020, at 10:00 AM EDT. PostgreSQL specific content includes

  • 12:00 EDT, May 19, 2020
    Will Postgres Live Forever? by Bruce Momjian
  • 18:00 EDT, May 19, 2020
    Declarative Caching with Postgres and Redis by Kyle Davis
  • 00:00 EDT, May 20, 2020
    Parallelism in PostgreSQL, by Ibrar Ahmed
  • 9:00 EDT, May 20, 2020
    Working With PostgreSQL as a JSON Document Store by Robert Bernier
  • 9:30 EDT, May 20, 2020
    Mostly Mistaken and Ignored Parameters While Optimizing a PostgreSQL Database by Avi Vallarapu

by Rick Golba via Percona Database Performance Blog

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