Magnus Hagander

Magnus Hagander

Magnus Hagander is a member of the PostgreSQL Core Team and a developer and code committer in the PostgreSQL Global Development Group.

He mostly works on different parts of the PostgreSQL backend, recently with a focus on security features such as authentication and encryption, and backup/availability.

To pay the bills, he is an open source software consultant, primarily on PostgreSQL and Varnish at Redpill Linpro in Stockholm, Sweden, where he works with consulting, support and training.

Montreal 2017 sessions

Fully automated ACME/Letsencrypt integration

English session - Intermediate

In today's world where everything moves towards https and other TLS secured connections, certificate management is more important than ever. Through the use of the ACME protocol, LetsEncrypt provide the infrastructure,but to make it a scalable solution from a management perspective, integration is needed. In this talk I'll take a look at how we integrated with LetsEncrypt for the postgresql.org infrastructure management, to reach zero manual work

What's new in PostgreSQL 9.6

English session - Intermediate

PostgreSQL 9.6 is the latest version of PostgreSQL available, and the last one in the 9.x series. This talk will take a look at what new features are included in this major version, including things like phrase searching, multiple replication enhancements, freeze maps and parallel query,

Montreal 2016 sessions

Montreal 2015 sessions

Montreal 2014 sessions

Montreal 2013 sessions