PostgreSQL's built-in, binary replication works really well, and is rock-solid if configured correctly. However, a lot of people still aren't using it because, quite frankly, our documentation on it has been more than a little opaque.
For this reason, Josh Berkus will be teaching a hands-on class in how to set up, run, and administer PostgreSQL Binary Replication at DjangoCon.US next month. If you were planning to go to DjangoCon, or live in the Chicago area, and aren't yet comfortable with PostgreSQL's built-in replication, we encourage you to sign up. This class will be aimed at people who know how to use PostgreSQL and a little about the Linux command line, but nothing about replication whatsoever.
As with other pgExperts tutorials, advance setup is required for folks taking the tutorial. See details on the pgExperts tutorial page.
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