PostgreSQL version 13 was released on September 24th. As usual, this new release comes with well over a hundred new features, both for existing users looking to upgrade and new users looking to build or migrate. In this keynote, we'll look at a few of the bigger ones, and what they can do.
Magnus Hagander is a member of the PostgreSQL Core Team and a developer and code committer in the PostgreSQL Global Development Group.
Magnus is one of the original developers of the Windows port of PostgreSQL. These days, he mostly works on other parts of the PostgreSQL backend, recently with a focus on security features, monitoring and backup/replication interfaces and tools.
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