PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system with over 30 years of active development that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, feature robustness, and performance.

PostgreSQL 13 is here, and as always EDB is proud to be among the many global contributors who made this happen. This year there’s not one headline-grabbing feature, but rather a wide variety of improvements along with updates to previously released features. You’ll find changes that include performance, usability, and security improvements, among others.

PostgreSQL Architecture
PostgreSQL Installation
PostgreSQL Installation on Windows
PostgreSQL Server Configuration
PostgreSQL Replication
PostgreSQL Error Reporting and Logging
PostgreSQL Client Connection Defaults
PostgreSQL Version and Platform Compatibility
PostgreSQL Client Authentication
PostgreSQL Database Roles
PostgreSQL Managing Databases
PostgreSQL Localization
PostgreSQL Routine Database Maintenance Tasks
PostgreSQL Backup and Restore
PostgreSQL High Availability and Replication
PostgreSQL Monitoring Database Activity
PostgreSQL Monitoring Disk Usage
PostgreSQL Concurrency Control
PostgreSQL Performance Tips
PostgreSQL Parallel Query
PostgreSQL Reliability and Write-Ahead Log
PostgreSQL Logical Replication
PostgreSQL Just-in-Time Compilation (JIT)
PostgreSQL Regression Tests