PgConf.Russia 2016 talks
PostgreSQL and backups
Michael Paquier is a hacker and blogger of PostgreSQL community, currently working at VMware on PostgreSQL related technologies. He has many areas of focus and a large panel of activity in community, be they implementation of new features, bug fixes, or patch reviews.
A backup is something that no Postgres deployments should go without as it gives the insurance to get back a deployment on its feet should a disaster strike.
In this talk we will discuss why backups are essential in any sane PostgreSQL deployments (this seems obvious) and what are the different options available to define and set up a good backup strategy. On top of that is discussed how the future of backups would need to be handled, particularly regarding differential backups that gain in popularity among users with large deployments.