Mastering PostgreSQL 13 - Fourth Edition: Build, administer, and maintain database applications efficiently with PostgreSQL 13

Schönig, Hans-Jürgen

  • 出版商: Packt Publishing
  • 出版日期: 2020-11-13
  • 售價: $1,330
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,264
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 476
  • 裝訂: Quality Paper - also called trade paper
  • ISBN: 1800567499
  • ISBN-13: 9781800567498
  • 相關分類: PostgreSQLSQL

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商品描述

Explore expert techniques such as advanced indexing and high availability to build scalable, reliable, and fault-tolerant database applications using PostgreSQL 13

Key Features

  • Master advanced PostgreSQL 13 concepts with the help of real-world datasets and examples
  • Leverage PostgreSQL's indexing features to fine-tune the performance of your queries
  • Extend PostgreSQL's functionalities to suit your organization's needs with minimal effort

Book Description

Thanks to its reliability, robustness, and high performance, PostgreSQL has become one of the most advanced open source databases on the market. This updated fourth edition will help you understand PostgreSQL administration and how to build dynamic database solutions for enterprise apps with the latest release of PostgreSQL, including designing both physical and technical aspects of the system architecture with ease.

Starting with an introduction to the new features in PostgreSQL 13, this book will guide you in building efficient and fault-tolerant PostgreSQL apps. You'll explore advanced PostgreSQL features, such as logical replication, database clusters, performance tuning, advanced indexing, monitoring, and user management, to manage and maintain your database. You'll then work with the PostgreSQL optimizer, configure PostgreSQL for high speed, and move from Oracle to PostgreSQL. The book also covers transactions, locking, and indexes, and shows you how to improve performance with query optimization. You'll also focus on how to manage network security and work with backups and replication while exploring useful PostgreSQL extensions that optimize the performance of large databases.

By the end of this PostgreSQL book, you'll be able to get the most out of your database by executing advanced administrative tasks.

What you will learn

  • Get well versed with advanced SQL functions in PostgreSQL 13
  • Get to grips with administrative tasks such as log file management and monitoring
  • Work with stored procedures and manage backup and recovery
  • Employ replication and failover techniques to reduce data loss
  • Perform database migration from Oracle to PostgreSQL with ease
  • Replicate PostgreSQL database systems to create backups and scale your database
  • Manage and improve server security to protect your data
  • Troubleshoot your PostgreSQL instance to find solutions to common and not-so-common problems

Who this book is for

This database administration book is for PostgreSQL developers and database administrators and professionals who want to implement advanced functionalities and master complex administrative tasks with PostgreSQL 13. Prior experience in PostgreSQL and familiarity with the basics of database administration will assist with understanding key concepts covered in the book.

作者簡介

Hans-Jürgen Schönig has 18 years' experience with PostgreSQL. He is the CEO of a PostgreSQL consulting and support company called Cybertec PostgreSQL International GmbH. It has successfully served countless customers around the globe. Before founding Cybertec PostgreSQL International GmbH in 2000, he worked as a database developer at a private research company that focused on the Austrian labor market, where he primarily worked on data mining and forecast models. He has also written several books about PostgreSQL.

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Table of Contents

  1. PostgreSQL 13 Overview
  2. Understanding Transactions and Locking
  3. Making Use of Indexes
  4. Handling Advanced SQL
  5. Log Files and System Statistics
  6. Optimizing Queries for Good Performance
  7. Writing Stored Procedures
  8. Managing PostgreSQL Security
  9. Handling Backup and Recovery
  10. Making Sense of Backups and Replication
  11. Deciding on Useful Extensions
  12. Troubleshooting PostgreSQL
  13. Migrating to PostgreSQL