Call for Papers
Each session is 45 minutes after which there will be time for questions. We may also have a limited number of shorter, 20-minute slots available. Please indicate clearly in your submission if you wish to present a 20-minute talk. Presentations will be recorded.
All presentations must be in English.
Selected speakers will get free entry to the conference but will still need to register. We do not in general cover travel and accommodations for speakers, but may be able to do so in limited cases. If you require assistance with funding to be able to attend, please make a note of this in the submission notes field. See our financial disclosure for more details.
The call for papers is closed.
Talks may be on any topic related to PostgreSQL in some way. Suggested topic areas include:
- Developing applications with or for PostgreSQL
- Administering large scale PostgreSQL installations
- Case studies and/or success stories of PostgreSQL deployments (or interesting failures)
- PostgreSQL tools and utilities
- Community and local user groups
- Tuning and performance improvements
- PostgreSQL internals hacking
- Migration from other database systems
- Replication, Clustering, and High Availability
- Recovery and Backup strategies
- Benchmarking and hardware
- PostgreSQL related products
- DevOps and continuous deployment/configuration/integration around PostgreSQL
Of course, we’re happy to receive proposals for talks on other PostgreSQL-related topics as well.
There may be a session of five-minute lightning talks during the day. A separate call for papers will be made for them at the conference itself so bring your slides!
Lightning talks may be in English or in French.
The following people are responsible for selecting the proposals that will make up the schedule for pgDay Paris 2020: