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Open Technology Group, Inc. announces PostgreSQL Performance Tuning training

Posted on 2006-10-20

MORRISVILLE, NC - October 20, 2006 - Open Technology Group, Inc. announces PostgreSQL Performance Tuning training

The Open Technology Group (OTG), the leader in the development and delivery of training solutions centered about Open Source technologies, announced today the addition of its "PostgreSQL Performance Tuning" course to its wide range of PostgreSQL related course offerings. "This new course further affirms our commitment to the PostgreSQL community - to deliver high quality, cutting edge, affordable training" said Chander Ganesan, President "Our PostgreSQL Performance Tuning course covers a wide range of techniques that can be used to improve overall performance in PostgreSQL installations - including innovative techniques such as data caching - techniques not found in your typical PostgreSQL manual."

"OTG now delivers the most comprehensive set of public-enrollment PostgreSQL courses in the world" said Ganesan, "and our customers are able to mix and match components of our courses to meet their specific goals for affordable on-site delivery to groups of 4 or more students."


Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Morrisville, NC, the Open Technology Group, Inc. (OTG) has established itself as the leading provider of training solutions centered about Open Source software and solutions. With its comprehensive library of in-house developed intellectual property, OTG is able to deliver comprehensive, customized, and structured training covering a wide range of software solutions. The Open Technology Group offers affordable customized on-site technology training throughout the world, as well as public-enrollment courses in both Morrisville, NC and Santa Clara, CA. For more information, and a complete course catalog, visit us online at http://www.otg-nc.com, or contact us at 877-258-8987 .

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