What is PostgreSQL

What is PostgreSQL? How Does PostgreSQL Work?

PostgreSQL is the world’s most advanced enterprise-class open source database management system that is developed by the PostgreSQL Global Development Group. It is a powerful and highly-extensible object-relational SQL (Structured Query Language) database system

Install PostgreSQL and PgAdmin in CentOS 8

How to Install PostgreSQL and pgAdmin in CentOS 8

PostgreSQL is a powerful, widely-used, open-source, multi-platform and advanced object-relational database system known for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity, robust feature set, and extensibility. pgAdmin is an advanced, open-source, full-featured, and web-based administration

Install PgAdmin 4 Debian 10

How to Install PgAdmin 4 Debian 10

pgAdmin is an open-source, powerful and feature-rich graphical user interface (GUI) administration and management tool for PostgreSQL database. Currently, it supports PostgreSQL 9.2 or later, and runs on Unix and its variants such as

Install PostgreSQL Database in RHEL 8

How to Install PostgreSQL in RHEL 8

PostgreSQL, also known as Postgres, is a powerful, open-source object-relational database management system that uses and expands the SQL language combined with numerous features that safely keep and scale the most complex data workloads.