PGCon 2012

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Running libraries on PostgreSQL

The Evergreen library system's (ab)use of PostgreSQL

Launched by the Georgia Public Library System in September 2006 to manage and circulate materials through a consortia of over 200 public libraries, Evergreen has since been adopted by over 1,000 public and academic libraries across more than 30 states and provinces. From the beginning, Evergreen's distributed architecture has bet heavily on PostgreSQL features, relying on custom functions, triggers and rules, full-text search, XML support, inheritance, and recently HSTORE to provide reliable high-performance support for the day-to-day operations of libraries.

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