Digital Transformation

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The preeminent event for thought leadership, collaboration, and networking with the best and brightest companies defining the future of enterprise Postgres and open source data management.

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“ An entirely new conversation on the role of open source is taking place — it’s being driven by the convergence of new digital business transformation initiatives, the rapid expansion of mature open source data technologies, the fast-growing list of success stories and ROI, and the maturity of companies that deliver these open source technologies. ”

Ed Boyajian
Opening Remarks
Postgres Vision 2016

 

“ Postgres Vision draws some of the sharpest minds in open source as organizations strive to harvest greater strategic value and actionable insight from their data. The discussion and exploration of enterprise data management transformation carves new avenues for using Postgres and other innovative open source solutions. ”

Kathleen Kennedy
Keynote Speech
Postgres Vision 2016

“ There have been many important times in Apple’s history when going open made the difference... So being open at the right time has really paid off. ”

Steve Wozniak
Keynote Speech
Postgres Vision 2016

 
#POSTGRESVISION
It's your turn to learn from legendary innovators and leaders.

The open source data management ecosystem is evolving with the pace of digital business. Rapid innovation and deployment cycles demand supporting technologies that are cost effective, rapidly deployable in public and hybrid cloud environments, and easily adaptable to changing workload requirements. Postgres and surrounding ecosystem technologies are at the heart of this transformation.

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Speakers

Hilary Mason

Founder, Fast Forward Labs

Hilary Mason is Founder and CEO of Fast Forward Labs, a machine intelligence research company, and Data Scientist in Residence at Accel Partners. Previously, Hilary was Chief Scientist at bitly. She co-hosts a DataGotham, a conference for New York's home-grown data community, and co-founded HackNY, a non-profit that helps engineering students find opportunities in New York's creative technical economy. She’s on the board of the Anita Borg Institute and an advisor to several companies including Sparkfun Electronics, Wildcard, and Wonder. Hilary served on Mayor Bloomberg’s Technology Advisory Board, and is a member of Brooklyn hacker collective NYC Resistor.

John R. Rymer

Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals

John serves Application Development & Delivery (AD&D) Professionals. He leads Forrester's AD&D coverage of cloud platforms, including Microsoft Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Salesforce's platform. John is a leading expert on enterprise middleware. Included in his coverage are the Java application servers from IBM, Red Hat JBoss, and Oracle, as well as Microsoft's .NET. John is the lead analyst on Forrester's application development strategy, sourcing, and structure playbook. He is an authority on the enterprise strategies of IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle and contributes to Forrester's coverage of low-code application platforms and business rules platforms.

Ed Boyajian

President & CEO, EnterpriseDB

Since 2008, Ed Boyajian has led EDB around his vision to transform and disrupt the $34B relational database industry. Under his leadership, EDB is recognized as a leading open source Postgres database company with over 3,400 customers worldwide. Ed’s passion for technical product excellence and world-class support and services has been the catalyst for delivering the industry-leading Postgres products now in use at many of the Fortune 500. Prior to EDB, Ed spent six years at Red Hat®, Inc. Ed earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. He previously served as a Captain in the US Army.

Robert Haas

Major Contributor to PostgreSQL

Robert Haas has been a Major Contributor to the PostgreSQL Global Development Group since 2008 and has developed many significant scalability and performance enhancements for the PostgreSQL core code base. Because of his deep technical knowledge, Robert is an influential voice in the PostgreSQL community and plays a critical role setting priorities and guiding releases. He is also a Committer for the community and reviews code before it is accepted into the code base. Robert joined EDB in 2010 and currently leads the engineering group as Vice President and Chief Database Architect. He received his B.A. in Computer Science from Harvard University.

Dan Woods

Founder, Evolved Media/Contributor Forbes.com

Dan is constantly seeking out how technology is working and how it is not. Dan performs research in collaboration with CIOs, CTOs, IT practitioners at all levels, and vendors. Dan publishes his findings in Forbes.com and on his own site CITOResearch.com, which is dedicated to advancing the craft of technology leadership. He speaks about his research in venues large and small.

Raffi Holzer

Product Manager at Pivotal Labs

Raffi Holzer is a product manager at pivotal labs. As a product management consultant he has helped enterprises and startups alike build software better. He has an eye for design and a passion for data science. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in mechanical and bioengineering.

Terri Virnig

Vice President, Offering Management, Power Software Solutions in IBM Systems

Terri Virnig is Vice President, Offering Management, Power Software Solutions in IBM Systems. In this role, Terri has responsibility for Big Data & Analytics, WebServing and SAP Offerings, as well as the Power Strategy and overall ecosystem focus.

Kathleen Kennedy

President of the MIT Enterprise Forum

In her 15 years at MIT, Kathleen has helped MIT Technology Review to redefine the magazine brand and to achieve success in a rapidly changing market. She has established several new lines of business around the world. She leads events, sales and licensing for MIT’s media company as well as the global team of the entrepreneurial support organization, the MIT Enterprise Forum.Kathleen started her career in accounting, but she quickly found her true calling in media. She left the financial world to join a startup that specialized in media research for the film industry.

Dave Page

pgAdmin project leader, PostgreSQL Core Team

Dave Page has been actively involved in the PostgreSQL Project since 1998, as the lead developer of pgAdmin, maintainer of the PostgreSQL installers and one of the projects resident Windows hackers. He also serves on the project’s web and sysadmin teams and is a member of the PostgreSQL Core Team. Dave is employed by EnterpriseDB where he works as a software architect and developer on EnterpriseDB products in addition to his community PostgreSQL work.

Frank Fanzilli

Director of The Linux Foundation and former global CIO at the international investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB)

Frank is a highly respected information technology leader. He spent 17 years at Credit Suisse First Boston, ultimately as Global CIO. Frank managed a $2 billion budget and transformed IT from a service provider into a strategic catalyst. He has served on the Boards of leading data management companies: 1010data (acquired in 2015 by Advance Newhouse); Asset Control (acquired in 2013 by Marlin Equity Partners); and CommVault (NASDAQ: CLVT). He also has been a director of The Linux Foundation for more than a decade. Frank earned an MBA with distinction from NYU’s Stern School of Business.

Craig Guarente

CEO and Founder of Palisade Compliance

Craig is the CEO and founder of Palisade Compliance. Founded in 2011, Palisade Compliance is now the leading independent provider of Oracle licensing, contracting, audit defense, and cost reduction services. Palisade Compliance enables businesses to reduce their Oracle costs, stay in compliance, and take back control of their Oracle business relationship. Before founding Palisade, Craig worked at Oracle for over 15 years. Starting as a contract specialist drafting database license contracts, Craig worked his way up the organization until he was Oracle’s Global Vice President of Contracts, Business Practices, and Migrations. In addition to his Global VP role, Craig was also the Global Process Owner for Oracle’s customer audit teams (LMS), a member of Oracle’s CIO advisory board, and Oracle’s representative on the Oracle User Group’s contract and licensing advisory board.

Michael Meskes, Ph.D.

President and Chief Executive Officer, credativ Group; PostgreSQL Committer

Michael Meskes is President and CEO of the credativ Group, an industry leader in free software services with offices in six countries. credativ’s Open Source Support Centers employ leading members of a number of open source projects. Michael has been an open source developer for almost 25 years, and has worked on different open source projects, among which Debian and PostgreSQL are most widely known. He also has contributed considerable open source-related presentations on all sorts of events to evangelize open source.

Bruce Momjian

Co-founder and core team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group

In 1996, Bruce played a leading role in organizing other open source database professionals to shepherd PostgreSQL from an academic project into an enterprise-class relational database. He has spoken at many international open-source conferences and is the author of PostgreSQL: Introduction and Concepts, published by Addison-Wesley. Prior to his involvement with PostgreSQL, Bruce worked as a consultant, developing custom database applications for some of the world’s largest law firms. As an academic, Bruce holds a Masters in Education, was a high school computer science teacher, and lectures internationally at universities.

Joe Schuler

Sr. Business Leader, Vice President

Joe Schuler is Vice President / Senior Business Leader of Data Architecture at MasterCard Worldwide. He leads a team of highly motivated and talented data engineers and administrators in support of various payment and data-related world-class products and services.

Lenley Hensarling

Senior Vice President, Strategy and Product Management, EnterpriseDB

Marc Linster

Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Products and Services, EnterpriseDB

Matthew Spilich

Director of Engineering Operations, Tripadvisor

Matthew Spilich is a Director of Engineering Operations at Tripadvisor. He and his team manage both the live-site and back-office database infrastructure. His teams also manage operations for big data technologies like Hadoop, Kafka, Spark, Hive, and Presto. Despite all the other technologies, Tripadvisor loves Postgres! It's been a core part of our operations since the beginning and we are continuing to improve our database infrastructure. During his tenure at Tripadvisor, Matt has strived to improve operational rigor and automation around postgres running in a high uptime and high transaction environment.

Kiki Mills Johnston

Managing Director, MassChallenge

Kiki Mills Johnston is Managing Director of MassChallenge’s flagship program in Boston. In this role, she oversees the Boston accelerator and key initiatives, including PULSE@ MassChallenge, MADE@ Masschallenge, and the Newton Innovation Center. Previously, she served as the Chief Innovation Officer for Mission Capital, a Central Texas-based nonprofit advisor that helps solve community problems and drive social change. She was also CEO of Full Circle Fund in the Bay Area and spent more than a decade at the Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange (MITX), where she was President and chief advocate for the sector. Kiki holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from American University.

Santiago Comella-Dorda

Partner, McKinsey & Company

Santiago Comella-Dorda is a Partner with McKinsey & Company’s Boston, MA Office and has been at McKinsey for over 13 years. He leads the Agile-at-scale service line. He has supported multiple high tech vendors, financial institutions and other Fortune 100 companies on accelerating innovation. Before joining the Firm, Santiago was a researcher with the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Before the SEI, Santiago was a developer for a technology venture and was a second lieutenant in the Spanish air force. Santiago has obtained a Bachelor and Engineering Degree in Computer Science from Centro Politécnico Superior de Zaragoza in Spain, and an MBA from Stanford University. He is an Arjay Miller scholar and a La Caixa scholar (Spain's most prestigious scholarship for graduate studies). Santiago enjoys cooking, reading history, traveling and spending time with his two boys and wife.

Dr. Larry Kerschberg

Professor of Computer Science at George Mason University

Dr. Kerschberg performs research in the areas of Agent-based Systems, Knowledge Management, Expert Database Systems, Intelligent Information Integration, and Semantic Web Services. His research has been funded by NASA and DARPA, among others. He is the lead inventor on two patents dealing with ontology-guided semantic search over multiple heterogeneous databases. Dr. Kerschberg has served as keynote speaker at conferences and workshops where he has discussed semantic search, knowledge management, and intelligent information integration. He is member of ACM’s SIGMOD group on Management of Data, and a fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.

During the 1980s, Kerschberg organized and served as program chair for the Expert Database Workshop and two follow-on conferences. At the second international conference in 1986, his friend, Dr. Michael Stonebraker, presented a keynote talk “Future Trends in Expert Database Systems” in which he introduced the rule system of Postgres, which became PostgreSQL.

He earned his PhD in Engineering from Case Western Reserve, his MSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and his BS in Engineering Science from Case Institute of Technology.

2017 Agenda

At-A-Glance

PRE-CONFERENCE
(INVITATION-ONLY)
Monday, June 26
EXCLUSIVE RECEPTION
Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Fenway Park
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CONFERENCE DAY 1
Tuesday, June 27
CONFERENCE SESSIONS
Featured Keynotes
Fireside Chat
Postgres Rocks Party
CONFERENCE DAY 2
Wednesday, June 28
CONFERENCE SESSIONS
Featured Keynotes
Lightning Talks
Register Now $395
7:30
9:00
REGISTRATION OPENS | CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
9:00
9:10
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Kathleen Kennedy | MIT, Postgres Vision Emcee
9:10
9:40
Keynote | The Race to Digital
The benefits of digital leadership are clear: greater agility, faster innovation, and higher operating margins. While most enterprises embrace digital transformation, few have been able to achieve it across their entire organization due to myriad organizational, operational and legacy system challenges. EnterpriseDB President and CEO, Ed Boyajian, will share best practices and proven solutions to overcoming obstacles and speed up full digital adoption across your organization.
9:40
10:45
Keynote | How Organizations are Winning with Open Technology in the era of Artificial Intelligence
As the value of computing evolves from scaling process automation to scaling knowledge and insights, companies are becoming smarter. Machine Learning shifts analytics beyond predictive to prescriptive, augmenting human capabilities and unlocking advanced intelligence across processes and products. This Keynote will illustrate examples of how companies are adopting Machine and Deep Learning, transforming their business and disrupting industries from healthcare to retail to financial services, and how Open technology ecosystems are key to enabling rapid success.
Terri Virnig | Vice President of Power Systems Ecosystem & Strategy, IBM
10:45
11:00
BREAK | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
11:00
12:00
KEYNOTE | The Role and Impact of Open Source Databases in the Enterprise
The dog days of proprietary database dominance are coming to an end. The new world of IT and technology simply demands more. What’s driving the change?
  • The explosion of data and the new opportunities that data creates for digital business growth;
  • New demands in IT for heterogenous and integrated database tech for on prem and hybrid cloud use;
  • Customer fatigue over vendor control and cost; and
  • The emergence of mature, highly scalable and performant open source database technologies and companies.
CEOs of the leading open source database management technologies will hit the stage together for the first time ever to share their perspectives about the challenges that their customers are facing and discuss the future of open source database technology.This high-profile session will evaluate modern data management requirements to support digital business and the opportunities to have a distinct influence on digital business outcomes – for example, a more complete view of their customers, products, and/or supply chains to improve (i) customer experience, (ii) business processes, and (iii) operations processes – each a recognized pillar of digitalization.
Moderator: Kathleen Kennedy | MIT
12:00
1:30
LUNCH | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
1:30
2:30
BREAKOUT SESSIONS BLOCK ONE
Track 1 - Business: An Operating Model for Company-Wide Agile Development
Organizations are succeeding with agile software and product development in discrete projects and teams. To do so in multiple business units and product groups requires rethinking foundational processes, structures, and relationships.
Moderator:
Santiago Comella-Dorda | Principal, McKinsey & Co.
Panel:
Frank Fanzilli | Director of the Linux Foundation and Former Global CIO at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB)
Dr. Larry Kerschberg | Professor Computer Science, George Mason University TBD, TechData (Avnet)
Matthew Spilich | Director of Engineering Operations, Tripadvisor
Joe Schuler | Senior Business Leader and Vice President, Mastercard
Lenley Hensarling | Senior Vice President Strategy and Product Management, EnterpriseDB
Track 2 - For the Community - Technology & Roadmap: pgAdmin: From Hobby to Multi-million Dollar Collaboration
pgAdmin is the leading Open Source management and administration tool supporting PostgreSQL, EDB Postgres Advanced Server and Greenplum Database. Originally started as a spare time project nearly 20 years ago, the current 4th generation version is estimated by Black Duck's Open Hub to have cost around two million dollars.
This talk will examine the history of the pgAdmin project and how it evolved to become a major project with ongoing collaboration between the Open Source community around it and major contributing companies EDB and Pivotal. We'll look at examples of recent developments showing how the project is improving, moving from a pure "scratch your own itch" development model to one that includes professional processes and software engineering practices, whilst still allowing for community contributions.
Speakers:
Dave Page | VP and Chief Architect, Tools and Installers, EnterpriseDB
Raffi Holzer | Product Manager, Pivotal Labs
Track 3 - For the Developer, DBA and Enterprise Architect: Integrating Data in a Polyglot Persistence World
While Postgres is a leading multi-model database that supports management of different types of data (i.e. relational, documents and key-value), there are a class of applications that require extremely high performance or scale out capabilities when it comes to non-relational data. The term polyglot persistence has been used to discuss the use of these fit-for-purpose data stores that are optimally configured for managing specific types of data, such as documents, key value, unstructured, graph, or relational.
In this session, we will discuss the ways that Postgres allows you to reach out into other data sources or engines such as Hadoop, Spark, MongoDB, MySQL or Oracle, and combine information in one location, allowing applications to query from a single data store yet still take advantage of the benefits that polyglot persistence provides.
Moderator:
John Rymer | Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development and Delivery Professionals, Forrester Research
Panelists:
Marc Linster | Senior Vice President, Product Development and Services, EnterpriseDB
Track 4 - Hands-On Workshop (In high demand. Save your seat now.): Managing Postgres for Mission Critical Digital Applications
Learn how to use Postgres streaming replication and failover technology to create highly available and resilient architectures that meet the most stringent enterprise requirements.
2:30
2:45
Conference Break | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
2:45
3:45
BREAKOUT SESSIONS BLOCK TWO
Track 1 Business: Better DevOps in the Cloud
The cloud promises greater agility and speed-to-market for developing new applications, but can also create many challenges for IT. Learn how companies are improving DevOps functions using PaaS and DBaaS options for public, private, and hybrid cloud environments to speed up development while still maintaining full control over usage and environmental configurations.
Speaker:
John Rymer | Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development and Delivery Professionals, Forrester Research
Track 2 - Community - Technology & Roadmap: Investments for Enterprise Performance in Postgres 10.0
Parallelism, partitioning, and executor improvements are key building blocks to take Postgres to the next level. Community leaders will deliver individual presentations previewing features of Postgres 10 and sharing their perspectives on Postgres 11.
Speakers:
Robert Haas | Major Contributor to PostgreSQL
Track 3 DEVELOPER/DBA & Enterprise Architect: Voice of the Customer - IAG's Enterprise Data Hub: Journey from Community to EDB
Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) is a multinational insurance company headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Take this journey of a company who has Postgres as one of the many open standard technologies and the transformation to their key initiative, the Enterprise Data Hub (EDH). The EDH will leverage EDB Postgres as landing zone, decommissioning up to 25 bespoke DW creating up to 20TB of data in initial stages. In parallel, there are up to 1000 applications that they are looking to consolidate and move to Postgres from Oracle, DB2, MySQL, etc. The savings provided by EDH to IAG are 7.1M over 3 years.
Speaker:
Eddie Satterly | CTO, IAG
Track 4 - Hands-On Workshop (In high demand. Save your seat now.): Protect Against Threats in Today’s Connected Digital World
Dig into the core features of data security and the protections available for enterprise-class and mission-critical workloads. Learn best practices for applying security protections at multiple layers, including the server, application, database, object, and data levels.
3:45
4:15
Break | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
4:15
5:15
BREAKOUT SESSIONS BLOCK THREE
Track 1 - Business: Turning Walls into Bridges: Extending your Legacy Infrastructure for Competitive Advantage
Existing infrastructure represents a major prior investment in technology and supporting skills. However, the requirements and capabilities of legacy systems often do not sync with the agile, continuous deployment methodologies driving innovation cycles in today’s hyper-competitive marketplace. This session examines these challenges and offers real-world solutions from senior IT leaders.
Moderator:
Lenley Hensarling | Senior Vice President Strategy and Product Management, EnterpriseDB
Panelists:
Carl Olofson | Vice President, IDC
Michael Meskes, Ph.D. | President and CEO, credativ Group; PostgreSQL Committer
Track 2 - Community - Technology & Roadmap - PostgreSQL Worst Practices: Twenty of the worst PostgreSQL practices and how to avoid them
Speaker:
Ilya Kosmodemiansky | co-founder and CEO at Data Egret
Track 3 DEVELOPER/DBA & Enterprise Architect: DBaaS and PaaS for agile and controlled application development
An organization’s effort to speed up time-to-market should not result in a loss of control. However, a McKinsey study showed that when IT groups opened up self-service without constraints to developers, service levels fell and cost went up. New technologies provide self-service to developers while allowing DBAs to retain control over the environment. Attend this talk to learn how defining templates and service plans can expedite the flow of innovative applications through the development pipeline while staying in control of deployments.
Moderator:
Jason Davis | Senior Director of Product Management, EnterpriseDB
Track 4 - Hands-On Workshop (In high demand. Save your seat now.): Integrate Big Data for Insight-Driven Applications
Learn how to create flexible polyglot data architectures with JSONB using Foreign Data Wrappers for MongoDB, Hive, and Spark.
5:15
5:30
Break | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
5:30
8:00
POSTGRES ROCKS PARTY | THE POSTGRES ROCKS BAR Royal Sonesta Boston
8:00
9:00
BREAKFAST | POSTGRES VISION EXPO | POSTGRES ROCK STAR 1:1s
9:00
9:10
WELCOME AND RECAP
Ed Boyajian | President and CEO, EDB Postgres
9:10
10:00
Keynote | Innovating Through Data
Data technologies are impacting how we think about the future of our businesses. In this talk, we'll explore why data offers a disruptive opportunity today, what's possible with machine learning in 2017 and how we got to this point, examine current applications from consumer apps to insurance to marketing and financial markets, and finally imagine what will be possible in the near future.
Hilary Mason | Founder at Fast Forward Labs, Data Scientist in Residence at Accel Partners
10:00
11:00
BREAK | POSTGRES VISION EXPO | POSTGRES ROCK STAR 1:1s | VIP RECEPTION
11:00
12:00
BREAKOUT SESSIONS BLOCK FOUR
Track 1 - Business: Increasing the Velocity of Innovation through Open Source-based Cost Optimization
Digital businesses require agility at scale to be successful. Legacy DBMS providers can have rigid license and business practices that make it difficult to start-up new environments quickly or to shift workloads easily between cloud and on-premises deployments. Reducing dependence on traditional vendors can increase agility while enabling a significant shift in budget available to support innovation.
Moderator: TBD
TBD
Panelists:
Craig Guarente | CEO of Palisade Compliance
Joe Schuler | Senior Business Leader and Vice President, Mastercard
Ed Boyajian | President and CEO, EnterpriseDB
Dan Woods | Founder, Evolved Media and Contributor to Forbes.com
Track 2 - Community - Development Models: Development Models: Objects Inside and Out
The presentation reviews new development paradigms and illustrates why Postgres is the database platform of choice for data intensive digital business applications.
Speaker:
Bruce Momjian | Co-founder and core team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group
Track 3 - DEVELOPER/DBA & Enterprise Architect: Data Persistence for Micro-Services
Many organization that are faced with the demands of the digital world are making Docker the preferred model for developing and deploying microservices-based applications. This session will review transactional and non-transactional persistence models.
Speaker:
Graham Brooks | Partner, .406 Ventures
Track 4 - Hands-On Workshop (In high demand. Save your seat now.): Monitor and Secure Your Digital Enterprise
Explore the fundamental monitoring requirements for highly available and highly performant Postgres implementations. Discuss the tools that can be used to create an exception-based monitoring and alerting environment that meets enterprise requirements.
12:00
1:00
LUNCH | POSTGRES VISION EXPO | POSTGRES ROCK STAR 1:1s
1:00
1:45
FEATURED TRACKS | Meet the PostgreSQL Experts
1:45
2:00
BREAK | POSTGRES VISION EXPO
2:00
3:00
Fireside Chat | Kathleen Kennedy, MIT
3:00
4:00
Contest | Lightning Talks Rapid Fire Demos
Postgres Lightning Talks hosted by Dave Page, Vice President, Chief Architect, Tools & Installers, EnterpriseDB & PostgreSQL Global Development Group Core Team member
JUDGES:
Ed Boyajian | President and CEO, EnterpriseDB
Graham Brooks | Partner, .406 Ventures
Kiki Mills Johnston | Managing Director, MassChallenge
Kathleen Kennedy | MIT
Win DJI Phantom 3 4K Video Drone. It just takes one idea.
The Lightning Talks will illustrate Postgres capabilities and application scenarios, and demonstrate novel ways developers use Postgres to move data across enterprise networks. Most importantly, the Lighting Talks will give individuals with unique and innovative ideas an opportunity to showcase their ingenuity.
The winner(s) will be announced during closing remarks of Postgres Vision
4:00
4:30
CLOSING REMARKS
Kathleen Kennedy | President, MIT Enterprise Forum
Ed Boyajian | President and CEO, EnterpriseDB
4:30
9:00
Boston Museum of Science and Fenway Park | (self-guided)
8:30
5:30
POSTGRES VISION | POSTGRES CERTIFICATION DAY @ MIT - THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2017 - Sponsored by EnterpriseDB
Becoming certified in Postgres administration demonstrates higher levels of proficiency, expertise, and earning potential in the marketplace. EnterpriseDB is offering a Certification Day conveniently timed with Postgres Vision to provide event registrants with an extraordinary opportunity to become certified in Postgres. PostgreSQL Community Leaders Bruce Momjian, co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group and Core Team Member, and Robert Haas, Major Contributor to the PostgreSQL project, will be on hand for Q&A sessions. Also, Postgres instructors from EnterpriseDB will be on hand to help with the preparation and Certification process. Both activities aim to put participants in the strongest possible position for scoring well on the Certification exam. This unique training opportunity will take place at the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Postgres Training & Certification Day @ MIT: $599

The Postgres Training & Certification Day is offered during the Postgres Vision Registration process. Click here to register.

The $599 Postgres Training & Certification Day at MIT is valued at over $2,800 ($1800 for eLearning training: EDB Postgres Advanced Server Administration Essentials; $250 for attempt at EDB Postgres Advanced Server Associate Certification; $500 for a seat in an EDB open-enrollment training class, per day. $395 Postgres Vision registration)

8:30
10:30
Migrating to EDB Postgres Advanced Server - Rupinder Chaniana | Q&A - Getting ready for Certification - Rupinder Chaniana
11:00
12:30
Making Postgres Central in Your Data Center
Postgres has the unique ability to act as a powerful data aggregator in many data centers. This talk explores why Postgres is uniquely capable of functioning as a central database in enterprises and shows how Postgres' extensibility, access to foreign data sources, and ability to handle NoSQL-like and data warehousing workloads gives it unmatched capabilities to function in this role.

Bruce Momjian, Senior Database Architect, co-founder of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, and Core Team Member
12:30
1:30
LUNCH
1:30
3:30
The PostgreSQL Query Planner | Robert Haas, Vice President, Chief Database Architect, and Major Contributor to the PostgreSQL project
3:30
5:30
Certification Lab | Monitored by Rupinder Chaniana
To register for the Training & Certification Day at MIT, please click here.

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