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PostgresOpen SV 2017 - Wrap Up

PostgresOpen SV 2017 was a smashing success! Thank you so much to all of our fantastic attendees, our great speakers and our sponsors for helping make it happen.

All of the videos for all of the general session talks and the keynotes are now available online here:

The slides for most of the talks have been posted to the Wiki, thanks to our wonderful speakers:

We'll be back in San Francisco again in 2018!

If you didn't have a chance to check it out already, we encourage you to visit our blog, with posts from our Diamond and Platinum sponsors:

Special thanks to our sponsors! We wouldn't be able to put on these awesome events without their help and support. Be on the lookout for our 2018 Call For Sponsors which will be happening soon!

For 2017 we were pleased to be able to recognize our three Diamond sponsors:




And our Platinum sponsor:


Be sure to check out our site to see all of our Gold, Silver and Supporter sponsors for 2017, and our Community Partners here:

PostgresOpen wouldn't be able to happen without the tireless efforts of the individuals at the United States PostgreSQL Association (PgUS), please consider joining us to help run events in your area and to work to grow PostgreSQL!

PgUS is the non-profit organization which backs PostgresOpen and other events and we are always looking for help.

We look forward to seeing everyone in San Francisco again next year!

Any questions? Please contact:

Stephen Frost & Craig Kerstiens PostgresOpen SV 2017 Committee Co-Chairs

PostgresOpen SV 2017 CFP Opens!

PostgresOpen SV 2017 just released a new design on their website and have announced that the Call For Papers will be opening up in just a few days!

Updates on the upcoming conference are available through the mailing list - send a message to to be subscribed. Updates are also published regularly through their Twitter account, @postgresopen.

PgUS has a new website!

We have been hard at work for the past few months working on a new website and are pleased to finally be able to show it to everyone! This new website has a membership section (it's small now, but we will be working to expand it soon!), allows new members to join as Professional members immediately using a credit card to pay their dues (other methods are still supported, of course), and provides the back-end code to the PostgresOpen Associated Project.

If you see any issues or have any questions regarding the new website, please contact us!

PgUS 2016 Board Election: Official Results

The results of the PgUS 2016 Board Election are as follows:

Elected to the 2016 PgUS Board are: - Debra Cerda - Joe Conway - Stephen Frost

All three candidates were elected by a majority of voters (and were the only candidates for which that was true). Their board terms will begin in March 2017, when they will join returning board members Michael Brewer, Jonathan S. Katz, Jim Mlodgenski, and Mark Wong. Thanks to Joshua Drake, Kris Pennella, and Robert Treat for their service on the board. If you have any questions about the election, please email Michael Brewer, PgUS Secretary, at Thanks to all the voters!

Reminder: Today is the last day of nominations for 2016 PgUS Elections

Hello, everyone! Just as a reminder: Today is the final day to nominate (or self-nominate) for the 2016 PgUS board election. Please email your nomination(s) to the corporation secretary (me) at I will be posting platforms/bios on the PgUS website by October 26, so (if you're self-nominating) please include your bio and(/or) platform in your email.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks for participating in our board election!

---Michael Brewer Secretary, PgUS