Time: 15:30 - 16:20
Room: State Room 4
This presentation is a case study of the evolution of PostgreSQL in the carrier grade critical messaging business, starting with the year 2001 to the present.
Since the year 2001, PostgreSQL has quietly been a part of the critical messaging infrastructure of a multi-million customer, carrier grade American telecommunication company. Typical customers are hospitals, emergency medical and fire. PostgreSQL usage evolved from front end dispatching in year 2001 during the aftermath of 911, to forward-path RF routing in 2006, to 2way RF event monitoring in 2010, and finally with VOIP in 2015.