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PostgreSQL High Performance Cookbook

Sharing knowledge which I have gained from last 6 years.

So glad to be part of PostgreSQL High Performance Cookbook, where I have discussed all the knowledge I have gained from PostgreSQL database.

PostgreSQL High Performance Cookbook

Working with PostgreSQL from last 6 years, I have gained so much of knowledge about database management systems. Being a DBA for several years, I explored so many tools which work great with PostgreSQL database. During this 6 years journey, I got a chance to meet many wonderful peoples who guided me very well. I would like to say thanks to everyone who taught me PostgreSQL database in soft/hard ways :-). Also, would like to say thanks to every PostgreSQL developer, and authors and bloggers, from where I have learned many more things.

Finally thanks to OpenSCG team who always treated me as a brother than an employee. :-)
Thanks to my wife manoja  for her wonderful support, and my friend Baji Shaik for his help in writing the content.

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