Monday, April 25, 2016
Having worked on Postgres for twenty years, I have seen a lot of features added. However, I usually evaluate new features in isolation and rarely see the big picture of how they fit together. Last month I created a new talk, Non-Relational Postgres, which presents a comprehensive overview of non-relational Postgres storage.
The consistent use of @> (containment operator) listed on slide 70 is interesting. It also has good coverage of how character strings can be split apart and indexed.