12 Calm Years of PostgreSQL in Critical Messaging
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Since the year 2000, PostgreSQL has quietly been a part of the critical messaging infrastructure of a multi-million customer, carrier grade American telecommunication company. Typical customers are hospitals, emergency medical and fire. This talk is a case study of how usage of PostgreSQL evolved, starting from front end dispatching in year 2000 to backend routing in 2012, the database systems PostgreSQL replaced and the future role PostgreSQL will play as the critical messaging business itself matures.