Track 1: For the Business
Lessons learned from the migration from proprietary to Open Source
Fostering a quality versus features culture
Understand the time-to value migration path from Oracle to Open Source. Examine which workloads best fits for migration along the spectrum of applications and deployment models. Get tips to avoid rewriting applications and see how best to get app-specific packages, functions, and stored procedures to run without change. Learn how to build on the business processes that differentiate your company and deliver the efficiencies that make your business profitable, while deriving savings from a move to open source databases.
Track 2: For the Community: Technology & Roadmap
Tackling OSS Challenges in the Enterprise:
Tools, techniques and next-gen platforms
Dave Page, VP & Chief Architect, Tools & Installers at EnterpriseDB & PostgreSQL Core Team member
Panel discussion | Marc Linster, EDB - Moderator
Gain tips and techniques to tackle the open source conundrum: many tools, but none are integrated. Examine pgAdmin as a platform. See how the Portable Extension manager (PEM) allows you to defaulty open files with programs on a flash drive. See how OpenStack and other deployments are driving next gen platforms.
- Frank Franzilli, Linux Foundation
- Michael Meskes, President, credativ
Track 3: For the Developer, DBA and Enterprise Architect
Examples of Innovative Data Types
A hands-on approach
Find out how organizations are using Postgres to transform their data centers into platforms of innovation. Walk through the launch of a fully integrated DBMS for reporting systems and new applications, internal functionality and more.
Track 4: For the Ecosystem
Managing Databases in the Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud
Choosing Deployment Targets
Walk through customer deployment scenarios that illustrate Postgres public cloud offerings and critical SaaS offerings. Examine certifications for on-premises deployments