SPUG: January 2010 Seattle Perl Users Group (SPUG) Meeting
andrew at sweger.net
Tue Jan 12 14:17:19 PST 2010
January 2010 Seattle Perl Users Group (SPUG) Meeting
Topic: Dumb Simple PostgreSQL Performance
Speaker: Joshua D. Drake
Meeting Date: Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Meeting Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Marchex - 520 Pike Street
Cost: Admission is free and open to the public
Tuesday, January 19, is the next meeting of the THE SEATTLE PERL USERS
This Month's Talk
NEW MEETING LOCATION
Please note that our meeting location has changed. See below for details.
A one hour presentation on the essentials on the optimization of
PostgreSQL. The talk focuses on hardware, operating system and
configuration for the database. Although performance optimization is a
life long maintenance for any application, this presentation will allow
you to hit the ground running. Specific topics covered are memory
configuration, RAID, partitioning, and application specific changes that
can be made to help efficiency.
About Joshua D. Drake
Joshua D. Drake is the lead consultant for Command Prompt, Inc. the oldest
PostgreSQL professional services provider in North America. He is also a
PostgreSQL.Org Major Contributor, United States PostgreSQL President and a
Director for Software in the Public Interest.
If you are so inclined, please come to the pre-meeting at the nearby
Elephant & Castle pub on 5th & Union (see map below). We'll be there from
5:00 pm to 6:19 pm.
520 Pike Street, Suite 1800
Seattle, WA 98101
The building is just East of Westlake Center. Enter from Pike Street.
Due to all of the shopping around us there is plenty of parking available
in garages, but it can be hard to find street parking in the evening.
Attendees will need to wait near the elevators in the lobby and a Marchex
employee will provide access to the 18th floor where the meeting room is
located. If no one shows up to let you in, call (425) 533-2964 to let them
know you're in the lobby.
See you there!
Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
things can go wrong at once.
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