In the recent years, PostgreSQL has become popular, and more enterprises begin to migrate and go to production stage. Functionality is usually considered first, but when they enter the long-term operating stage, they will begin to encounter problems related to system security and audit. This agenda will provide PostgreSQL enterprise-level security strategies, including specific configuration architecture recommendations. However, considering that most companies are in the initial stage, maybe it is better to provide lightweight self-protection mechanisms first to control the cost.
Dr. Yung-Chung Ku is a database system researcher, community contributor, and data engineer. To spread industry information from the perspective of the community and provide open ideas and technologies for PostgreSQL enterprises.