PostgreSQL at OSCON 2016!

Austin, Texas – May 16, 2016 – The PostgreSQL community announces their participation at OSCON 2016, the largest open source conference in North America. OSCON takes place in Austin, Texas, May 16 – 19, 2016 and is the best opportunity to meet the open source community.

Stop by the PostgreSQL booth (#109-7) in the non-profit pavilion. OSCON opens to attendees with an Opening Reception on Tuesday, May 17, 5 – 6 pm. The Expo will be open Wednesday, May 18, from 10 am – 5:50 pm (CST), and Thursday, May 19 from 10 am – 4:30 pm (CST). A Booth Crawl will take place on Wednesday from 5:50 pm – 7:15 pm, with complimentary food and refreshments from various sponsors.

PostgreSQL supporters have free access to visit our booth with an Expo Plus pass by using the code “OSCON2016EXPO” when registering. In addition to the Expo Hall, this pass includes access to all sponsored content as well as OSCON events and the always excellent “hallway track.”


“OSCON represents the best, brightest and most innovative group of Open Source technologists in the industry. It is an incredible opportunity for PostgreSQL as an Open Source Project to be able to represent the best, brightest and most innovative of Open Source database systems.” – Joshua D. Drake, Founder & Director, United States PostgreSQL

Learn more about the recently announced beta release of PostgreSQL version 9.6 which is now available for download. This release contains previews of all of the features which will be available in version 9.6.

PostgreSQL 9.6 includes significant changes and exciting enhancements:

  • Parallel sequential scans, joins and aggregates
  • Support for consistent, read-scaling clusters through multiple synchronous standbys and "remote_apply" synchronous commit.
  • Full text search for phrases
    And much more!

    About PostgreSQL:
    With over 20 years of active and mature development, PostgreSQL is the proven database architecture that has earned a strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness. The world's most advanced database, it is scalable, extensible, and 100% open source. Whether it is a traditional normalized structure or document database features (NoSQL), there is no database that provides greater extensibility of PostgreSQL. It offers the features and stability your organization needs. Find out more about PostgreSQL at http://www.postgresql.org/ .

    Onsite Contact:
    Debra Cerda
    debra.cerda .at. bluetreble.com
    (512) 785-6813 direct

    General Press Inquiries:
    PostgreSQL US PR Team
    press .at. postgresql.us