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Mastering PostgreSQL Administration

Date: 2012-06-30
Location: Boston, MA, United States

In this 6- hours class you will learn the essential details of PostgreSQL configuration, security, maintenance, monitoring, tuning, backups, recovery. The course is designed for people with experience in database administration but who are new to the Postgres platform.

This class will be run by Bruce Momjian, co-founder/core team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group and Sr. Database Architect at EnterpriseDB.

This is an immersion program, designed to enhance your administrative skills. It is the ideal class if you are an experienced DBA but new to PostgreSQL or have completed the introductory PostgreSQL administration classes.

The training will run for approximately two 3 hour sessions with several breaks during the class.

During training participants will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Security
  • File structure
  • Maintenance
  • Backup
  • Monitoring
  • Disk space computations
  • Hot standby and Replication
  • Disaster Recovery

Special Offer: We have a special promotion to share with you: as you register yourself for any of this class, refer an additional participant to this class and you'll receive two bonus offers from us once that participant registers and pays for the class:

  • 20% discount on any future training - online, on-demand or classroom - valid for 6 month

  • Take our Associate PostgreSQL Administration exam free of charge, a $200 value.

Live-in person/Onsite class:

30th June 2012 - Boston, MA

For more details, please visit:

http://www.enterprisedb.com/store/products/dba-training/01t50000001Nz88AAC

Posted by EnterpriseDB Corporation (info@enterprisedb.com).

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