pg Day Israel

Tel Aviv, September 10, 2020

Join the growing PostgreSQL Community!

For the fourth time in Israel PostgreSQL enthusiasts from all over the world join together to share their knowledge and experience with existing and/or potential developers and users of PostgreSQL

pgDay Israel is a non-profit event hosted and run by the PostgreSQL Israel Community

This event is part of the effort to grow the PostgreSQL community by increasing awareness and providing the appropriate resources to further PostgreSQL adoption

pgDay Israel 2020 becomes digital - join the event audience in Zoom


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pgDay Israel 2020 Program


Welcome Notes

Michael Goldberg, PostgreSQL Israel Community

Eli Marmor,


Postgres in the Cloud: The Hard Way

Bruce Momjian, EDB, Co-founder and Core Team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group


What's new in PostgreSQL 13

Ivan Panchenko, Postgres Professional


Awide - New Way of PostgreSQL Management and Monitoring

Emil Shkolnik, Postgres Professionals


PostgreSQL under Windows

Pavlo Golub, Cybertec


What's new in PostGIS 3.0

Darafei Praliaskouski,, PostGIS Committer


Postgres and Docker - How to make them work together?

Jack Louvton, Cure Insights


Scalable connection pooler Odyssey: purpose, setup, monitoring, architecture

Andrey Borodin, Yandex


Event closure

Changes could be applied to the event program

pgDay Israel 2020 would not be possible without our Sponsors:


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Our special guests and speakers:

Bruce Momjian - Co-founder and Core Team member of the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, and has worked on PostgreSQL since 1996. He has been employed by EDB since 2006. He has spoken at many international open-source conferences and is the author of PostgreSQL: Introduction and Concepts, published by Addison-Wesley.

Ivan Panchenko - Co-Founder and Deputy CEO at Postgres Professional - PostgreSQL vendor in Russia. Since 1996 Ivan works on developing high performance business applications, started using PostgreSQL in 1998. Previously worked as Head of Content Projects development in Rambler Internet Holding, Development Director in Stack Group, Director of Technology in the Moy Mir social network (one of Mail.Ru projects).

Pavlo Golub - Pavlo Golub is a PostgreSQL expert and developer at Cybertec. He is working with PostgreSQL for 17 years, co-organizer of PGDay Ukraine, author of Windows port of Patroni, author of pg_timetable - advanced scheduler for PostgreSQL, translator of PostgreSQL, author of PgMDD database designer and PostgresDAC access component suite.

Darafei Praliaskouski - member of PostGIS Steering Committee. Working as a product manager in in daylight, fixing math robustness issues in PostGIS at night. Gets disaster damage assessed as quickly as possible, knows how to locate a car between skyscrapers using only wifi, how to design a styling engine for good looking maps (see and, and can process your drone or satellite imagery.

Andrey Borodin - engineer, team lead of the open-source RDBMS development at Yandex.Cloud, Ph. D., Associate Professor at the Ural Federal University. He has been researching data indexing since 2008. He teaches at the Ural Federal University and Yandex School for Data Analysis. Andrey is the organizer of the Yekaterinburg database meetup.

Jack Louvton - co-founder and CTO of cure insights - A digital health startup dedicated to reduce medication morbidity using Big Data and AI technologies.
A serial entrepreneur and a seasoned software engineer with expertise in digital health and cyber technologies. My passion is to solve sophisticated health challenges with the greatest data technologies. In this session we will share some of the practices we had discovered in our exciting journey in cure insights and how to leverage Postgres and Docker technologies together.

We would like to invite Enterprises who are using PostgreSQL or have support and services around PostgreSQL to support us in this initiative. They can support us by being sponsors for the conference.

We have two levels of sponsorship opportunities available: Partner and Supporter.

Partner 7500 NIS

This is the level offering maximum visibility. Partners can also choose to add additional packages such as sponsoring a coffee break or lunch (details to be decided later).

This level is limited to just three sponsors.

Partner will benefit from:

  • Logo on the event homepage

  • Logo and description on the event sponsors page

  • Mention in opening and closing statement

  • Logo on badges

Supporter 2500 NIS

This is the ideal level for showing your support to the community.

Supporter will benefit from:

  • Logo and description on the event sponsors page

  • Mention in opening and closing statement

Please contact us for more information. We look forward to working with you!

The fund raised for pgDay Israel 2020 goes directly to expenses of the conference.

Any proceeds will be kept for supporting next pgDay Israel conferences and local community events.

Event Organization

pgDay Israel is organised by PostgreSQL Israel Community and follows the PostgreSQL Community Event Guidelines.

Organizing Committee is listed here

4th Annual PostgreSQL Conference

September 10, 2020, Tel Aviv Israel

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