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12 December 2018

Elephant Shed PostgreSQL®-Appliance now available for Red Hat and CentOS

This week version 1.3 of our PostgreSQL® appliance Elephant Shed was released. The highlight of the new version is support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and CentOS 7. As is already the case for Debian, the appliance heavily relies on the postgresql-common infrastructure which was previously ported to RPM. The well-known PostgreSQL® RPM packages […]

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18 October 2018

PostgreSQL® 11 released!

Today PostgreSQL® version 11 was released. The new release brings improvements in many areas. Since version 9.6 query plans can be executed on multiple CPU cores in parallel, this is now supported for other plan types, especially the creation of B-tree indexes. Sequential scans and UNION queries have also been improved. Brand new is the […]

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20 October 2017

credativ PostgreSQL Appliance 'Elephant Shed' released

The credativ PostgreSQL® Appliance is now available for download as a completely free Open Source solution. The new appliance called ‘Elephant Shed PostgreSQL® Appliance‘ offers a tremendous ease of use for enterprise PostgreSQL® operations. The long-term maintenance of the appliance will be handled by the PostgreSQL® experts of credativ. Prepared images for the major cloud […]

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07 August 2017

credativ joins the OpenChain community!

San Francisco, United States, August 7, 2017 – From today credativ is going to be a part of the OpenChain community and adhere to the specifications given by the OpenChain Project. “The addition of credativ brings another important Open Source pillar into the OpenChain community and boosts our mission to make Open Source Software compliance […]

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24 February 2017

Debian Bug Squashing Party 2017 in the German Open Source Support Center

Debian 9 “Stretch”, the latest version of Debian, is about to be released and after a full-freeze on February 5th everyone is trying its best to fix the last bugs that are left. Upon entering the final phase of development in February the test version was “frozen” so that no more packages could be added […]

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