Call for Papers is OPEN!


PGDay.IT 2020 will be held in Bergamo on June 11th and 12th. If you want to be part of this event as a speaker, please, knock and the door will be opened for you!

Who should apply as a speaker for PGDay.IT 2020?
  • PostgreSQL users
  • Companies that rely on PostgreSQL
  • PostgreSQL hackers or PostgreSQL Tool Developers
  • Anyone who wants to share important facts or issues about PostgreSQL

If you belong to one of those groups, you are invited to submit a talk proposal (or proposals). The designated technical committee will evaluate the proposals and select the talk for the event. It could be yours!

Conference 2020

The Conference will be held in Bergamo on June 12th, 2020.

Topics and Arguments - What do we expect?
  • PostgreSQL new features;
  • Security and data protection;
  • Disaster recovery;
  • Replication and high availability;
  • Scalability;
  • VLDB (very large database);
  • Architecture cloud native with PostgreSQL;
  • Query optimization;
  • Server tuning;
  • GIS, PostGIS and location-based service;
  • Migrations;
  • Business case;
  • Development with PostgreSQL;
  • Troubleshooting.
  • PostgreSQL;
  • PostGIS;
  • Migration from other databases.
OS Languages
  • Programming Languages;
  • Continuous integration;
  • Integration with other software.
  • Hardware and Benchmarking;
  • Linux Containers;
  • Cloud;
  • Operating Systems.
  • Monitoring Systems;
  • Virtualization Tools;
  • Configuration Managers.
Not just code
  • Case Studies;
  • DevOps;
  • Open Source business model;
  • Researching and teaching with PostgreSQL.
Please submit your talk proposal by the appropriate form.
Workshop Day 2020

We encourage and invite anyone interested to submit a proposal for organizing a workshop. Four hands-on hours to try, test specific technical topics.

Workshops will be held in Bergamo on June 11th, 2020.

Topics and Arguments - What do we expect?
  • High availability;
  • Disaster Recovery;
  • Performance Tuning and optimization;
  • troubleshooting;
  • Writing PostgreSQL extensions;
  • Best practices of database design (PostgreSQL);
  • Development PostgreSQL applications;
  • GIS applications;
  • Logical replication;
  • use of PostgreSQL extensions.
Please submit your workshop proposal by the appropriate form.
Deadline: February 8th, 2020

Important: There is no guarantee that your proposal will be included in the event schedule.

The Technical Committee will select the most exciting proposals received and will inform the candidates no later than February 22th, 2020.

Questions? Please send an email with your questions or comments to [email protected]

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