February 9, 2023, the PostgreSQL community has made available the new minor releases of PostgreSQL 11 through 15. For us, this means that based on these new minor releases, we have to start working on compiling the new releases of PostgresPURE.
Meanwhile, we have done our job and the new minor releases of PostgresPURE are available.
What have we done for you?
- In addition to the minor versions of PostgreSQL, we have upgraded all other components of PostgresPURE where possible and necessary.
- All components individually and in conjunction are extensively tested.
- Last but not least, we’ve also extended our external wiki with lots of valuable information, including tips and tricks, regarding PostgreSQL and all other components of PostgresPURE.
What can you expect from us regarding PostgresPURE in 2023?
- We stay aligned with the new minor versions of PostgreSQL and all the components that are part of PostgresPURE.
- After the summer we start preparing ourselves for the new major release PostgreSQL 16, which will become available Q4-2023.
- In the meantime we keep on investigating which components are useful to add to PostgresPURE to create more value for you. If you have any suggestions, just let us know.
PostgresPURE, 100% open source, combines community versions of PostgreSQL with a powerful set of open source components to launch and manage your PostgreSQL database environments, and comes with sustainable release management and 24/7 premium support.
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