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  • Title: PostgreSQL for Beginners
  • Author(s): Pavel Luzanov, Egor Rogov, Igor Levshin
  • Publisher: Postgres Professional
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  • eBook: PDF (142 pages)
  • Language: English
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This book will help you build efficient and fault-tolerant PostgreSQL applications. You'll thoroughly examine the advanced features of PostgreSQL, including logical replication, database clusters, performance tuning, monitoring, and user management.

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