A unique, new PostgreSQL Conference
Unique, relaxed, cozy environment for networking. Take the hallway track to the beach!
Bring Your Own Family. Come earlier, stay for longer. Best time of the year in one of the best Summer locations in the world.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is 24000 words per second.
PALACIO DE CONGRESOS DE IBIZASanta Eulalia Des Ríu, Spain
June 20 - 21, 2019June 22 - 23, 2019: social track
Early-bird ticketsOn sale!
Mediterranean foodMediterranean diet, the healthiest in the world
The Call for Papers has been closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted!
Postgres evangelist, open-source kool-aid connoisseur, recovering enterprise architect.
Director of Customer Success & Communications at @crunchydata
Founder of Postgres.ai, #RuPostgres
Senior Database Architect, EnterpriseDB, Co-Founder PostgreSQL Global Development Group
Founder and CEO @OnGres. PostgreSQL expert and advocate
Data Services Manager at Yello. SQL Guru
Python-SQL developer at citus, working with customers on data modeling, migration and performance
Major PostgreSQL Contributor. Co-Founder and CEO of Postgres Professional
Senior Principal Engineer working on Amazon RDS at Amazon Web Services (AWS)
PostgreSQL Trainer, Auditor, and Consultant. Co-organizer of pgDay Paris. Community-first philosophy.
OnGres means “On top of PostGreSQL”, in case you didn't notice. Our will is clear: doing R&D in order to build very innovative projects in PostgreSQL ecosystem.
Expect an easy going tech & business event in a tolerant, respectful and family-friendly environment. This event adheres to the official PostgreSQL Community CoC. If you are the recipient of inappropriate behavior, or witness such behavior, please report it promptly to the Code of Conduct Committee at email@example.com. In the unfortunate event that you wish to make a complaint against some member of the Committee, you may instead contact any of the other Committee member(s) individually.
This event will be hosted at Palacio de Congresos de Ibiza, a venue inspired by the architecture of the Ibicencan village churches. This building evokes the culture, diversity, tolerance and freedom of the Pitiuso village. Navigators, pirates, merchants, peasants, hippies and tourists, all those that have visited or settled in these pine covered islands in the course of history have moulded the characteristics and idiosyncrasies of its community.
The island banks on an innovating and functional infrastructure perfectly integrated in a natural environment of pines, next to a cove typical of Ibiza's coast and a mirador from which one has a panoramic view of the town and the coastline of Santa Eulária des Riu.