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PostgresOpen SV Schedule Live

Posted By: PostgresOpen on Tuesday, August 08

PostgresOpen Silicon Valley this year is the exciting combination of PostgresOpen and PGConf Silicon Valley. The conference is coming up right in downtown San Francisco, September 6th to 8th! Our schedule is live and we thought we could take a look at a few of the highlights. Feel free to take a look yourself and get your ticket and room while they're still available.

This year the schedule boasts talks from a number of Postgres contributors such as:

We also have a number of talks that start to explore some of the new fronts of Postgres, from security to using it as a distributed platform such as:And last but not least we have a number of presenters from notable companies sharing how they've run Postgres at scale.
Rooms are available only for a few more days so make sure to grab your reservation now and we look forward to seeing you there.


Early Bird Registration Opens!

Posted By: PostgresOpen on Monday, May 15

Early Bird Registration for PostgresOpen SV 2017, being held in beautiful downtown San Francisco from September 6th to 8th, is now open! PostgresOpen and PGConf SV have joined forces this year to put on this fantastic conference in downtown San Francisco.

Simply go to: our tickets page and register to attend the longest running annual PostgreSQL conference in the US.

The Program Committee is excited to be able to offer tickets for PostgresOpen at the same rate as last year, with a $200 discount for early bird registrations!

We also want to remind you that the Call for Papers is only open until May 30th, Anywhere on Earth (AoE), this is the last chance for you to submit your talk for PostgresOpen SV 2017, there's only two weeks left!

Presentations on any topic related to PostgreSQL including, but not limited to, case studies, experiences, tools and utilities, application development, data science, migration stories, existing features, new feature development, benchmarks, and performance tuning are encouraged.

Tutorials will be announced in the coming weeks- watch our blog for updates!

The Program Committee looks forward to bringing the best PostgreSQL presentations and tutorials from speakers around the world the fantastic Parc55 in downtown San Francisco.

Speakers will be notified by June 6th, 2017 AoE, with the schedule to be published once selected speakers have confirmed.

PostgresOpen SV 2017 is only able to happen with the support of our fantastic sponsors. We are extremely pleased to be able to recognize our Diamond launch sponsors: 2ndQuadrant and CitusData and head to our site to see all of our Gold, Silver and Supporter sponsors on our sponsors page.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available! Please visit sponsorship campaign page to review our prospectus.

We look forward to seeing everyone in San Francisco!


Call For Papers

Posted By: PostgresOpen on Friday, March 24

The Call For Papers for PostgresOpen SV 2017 is now open!

PostgresOpen and PGConf SV have joined forces this year to put on a fantastic conference taking place in downtown San Francisco from September 6th to 8th.

If you are working with PostgreSQL, please submit a talk!

Presentations can be on any topic related to PostgreSQL, including, but not limited to, case studies, experiences, tools and utilities, migration stories, existing features, new feature development, benchmarks, performance tuning, and more!

The 2017 PostgresOpen Committee looks forward to bringing the best PostgreSQL presentations and tutorials from speakers around the world to San Francisco!
We're only able to do that with support from our great sponsors!
We are extremely pleased to announce our Diamond launch sponsors for PostgresOpen 2017: 2ndQuadrant and CitusData and our Gold sponsors, VividCortex and Amazon Web Services!

Keep an eye on our sponsors page for updates.

If you are interested in sponsoring, please visit our sponsoring campaign.

PostgresOpen is an Associated Project of the United States PostgreSQL Assocation (PgUS)! Without PgUS, we would not be able to run these conferences each year, nor support the many PUGs around the country, so please visit them and consider becoming a member to help promote the growth and education of PostgreSQL in the US!

Anyone and everyone in the PostgreSQL community is encouraged to submit a talk.

Talks will be accepted up until May 29th, Anywhere on Earth (AoE), also known as: 2017-05-29 23:59:59-12:00.

To see when this is in your timezone, simply use PostgreSQL:

=> set timezone = 'US/Eastern'; -- Change to yours!
SET
=> select '2017-05-29 23:59:59-12:00'::timestamptz;
timestamptz
-------------------
2017-05-30 07:59:59-04

Speakers will be notified by June 5th, 2017 AoE, with the schedule to be published once selected speakers have confirmed.
Early Bird registration for PostgresOpen 2017 will open on May 15th!