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The need for collaboration in order to make the best use of the tool

The success of your applications depends on the performance of your PostgreSQL database. In on-premise, cloud, or hybrid environments, it is crucial that your database is optimized for business-critical operations.

In critical moments, consultants are a trusted resource. With decades of experience solving performance issues and database design challenges, we provide customized solutions to help you achieve your business goals.

We also offer monthly subscriptions for ongoing support and one-time services for occasional needs. We are ready to provide the emergency support and expertise needed for the continued success of your business.
Marco Marcoaldi - Founder Managed Server Srl
Marco Marcoaldi
Founder & Systems Engineer Managed Server
PostgreSQL performance optimization

Performance optimization

Optimize your database to maximize application performance

Maximize the Performance of your Applications by Optimizing PostgreSQL with

Trust the consultants at to bring the performance of your PostgreSQL database to the next level, thus ensuring maximum efficiency of your applications. With proven industry experience, our experts have assisted numerous companies in adapting and enhancing PostgreSQL configurations to successfully manage new workloads and traffic flows.

Performance problem analysis and resolution

Troubleshoot and diagnose performance issues

Quickly Identify and Fix PostgreSQL Issues with to Focus on Business Objectives

With the help of consultants, you can quickly identify and address any issues related to your PostgreSQL database, thus freeing your DBAs to focus on strategic business issues rather than emergency management. Find out how we've helped many companies identify and resolve bottlenecks that compromise user experience.

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Improved SQL architecture and design

Architecture and design improvements

Improve database architecture for optimal use.

PostgreSQL architecture and design are crucial elements to ensure optimal performance and efficient data management. A well-structured design can greatly improve reading and writing operations, reducing response times and improving user experience. It is critical to consider the use of indexes, table normalization, and query optimization to increase system efficiency. Furthermore, choosing an appropriate architecture is vital to improve the scalability and reliability of the system.

From a long-term perspective, effective architecture and design can help prevent future problems and facilitate adaptation to the company's evolving needs. Well-designed PostgreSQL solutions are critical to ensuring the stability and performance of your business.

Ensure the availability of the application

The consulting experts at can transform your PostgreSQL database into a constantly active and available company resource, both on-premise and in the cloud.

With well-adapted and tested replication procedures in Master/Slave mode, as well as clustering solutions at a local or geographic level, we can guarantee service availability greater than 99,998% and response times of less than 15 minutes in the event of blocking events.

Our backup and disaster recovery procedures, with double or triple copies on geographically dispersed SANs, represent an essential added value for the protection of your company's data.

Thanks to our proactive monitoring systems, we are able to diagnose imminent problems before they even appear, allowing us to intervene in time to plan a scheduled intervention and minimize the impacts on your operations.

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Operating on premise and on the major Cloud Providers.

On Premise assistance in your company or on Cloud systems.

Are you curious to understand the advantages of the cloud or are you considering migrating your infrastructure to the cloud? We are the ideal partner to guide you in this process. With our consolidated experience and deep knowledge of On Premise and Cloud solutions, we offer you safe and reliable guidance in every step of your digital transition. Our system support service, personalized by Linux experts and derivatives, it is available not only for On Premise solutions at your company facility, but also on the main global suppliers and Cloud providers.

You can count on our professional assistance on Cloud platforms such as Alibaba, Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Hetzner, OVH, Linode, Digital Ocean and many more. Submit a support ticket to our helpdesk at any time, and our team will be ready to intervene wherever you are. With us, your infrastructure is always in expert hands.

Compliant with GDPR regulations

Do not risk penalties for non-compliance with the GDPR regulation on data protection.

Our company is a European entity and is committed to fully complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

As part of the systems engineering and consultancy services on PostgreSQL, we pay the utmost attention to the protection of your data, your requests for technical assistance and tickets relating to your systems. We ensure that all this data is processed following the most rigorous privacy and security standards. Specifically, the data is stored exclusively within the borders of the European Union and is destroyed within 30 days of the processing being finalized.

These measures are taken to ensure the total compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and its subsequent amendments, as well as industry best practices regarding data security and privacy.


PostgreSQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) that provides a robust and versatile platform for managing and organizing data. It is known for its advanced security features, the ability to handle large volumes of data, and its extensive support for open standards and different data types, making it an excellent choice for developers and database administrators who require sophisticated and reliable solutions.

By using Structured Query Language (SQL) to manipulate and retrieve data, PostgreSQL not only complies with industry standards, but also goes beyond offering features such as the use of advanced indexes, support for window functions, and different types of joins that are not generally available in other RDBMSs. This makes the skills acquired with PostgreSQL extremely transferable.

Advanced features of PostgreSQL include synchronous and asynchronous replication for high availability, ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) transactions to ensure data integrity, and the ability to extend database functionality through the use of programming like Python and Java. Additionally, native support for data partitioning and multiple storage methods makes PostgreSQL ideal for applications that require high scalability.

Due to its open-source nature and active community, PostgreSQL is used in a wide range of applications, from small web projects to large enterprise database systems. The combination of robustness, flexibility and a wide range of advanced features makes it a very powerful tool for data management.

The performance of a PostgreSQL database can be significantly improved through various optimization techniques. A fundamental one is the optimization of the table structure: the database can be configured more efficiently through the careful selection of data types, minimizing duplication and normalizing tables where necessary. This not only reduces the required disk space, but also improves the efficiency of reading operations.

Accurate index management is another key element. Indexes can make a big difference in the speed of query execution, but they must be used wisely. Too many indexes can slow down write operations, so careful balancing of index usage is crucial to optimize overall performance.

Query optimization is equally crucial. This can include reformulating queries to take advantage of PostgreSQL's advanced capabilities, avoiding queries that require full table scans, and using parameterized queries to improve security and prevent SQL injection attacks.

Finally, proper server configuration is vital to the performance of PostgreSQL. This involves optimizing PostgreSQL settings to maximize the use of hardware resources, adopting caching techniques to reduce disk load, and adapting network settings to increase both connection speed and reliability to the database.

Each of these techniques requires a deep understanding of PostgreSQL and the specific needs of your database. However, when implemented correctly, they can significantly contribute to improving system performance.

PostgreSQL consulting services are an indispensable asset for any company aiming to fully exploit the capabilities of its database. These services are aimed at enhancing database performance, through detailed analysis and optimization of queries, table structure, index management and server configuration.

In addition to performance optimization, PostgreSQL consultants specialize in solving complex problems that may arise in everyday database use. Whether it's performance issues, data integrity or security issues, our experts can quickly identify the cause and propose targeted, effective solutions.

Another fundamental service provided by PostgreSQL consultancy is the development of a solid disaster recovery plan. This involves defining strategies to ensure data continuity and availability, as well as rapid recovery of operations in the event of hardware malfunctions, software errors or other critical events. A well-thought-out disaster recovery plan can be the differentiating factor between a minor setback and a disastrous interruption of service.

Finally, PostgreSQL consultants can offer valuable advice in designing solutions that are both scalable and secure. Given the growing importance of data in business operations, it is vital to have a system that can handle an increase in data volume and user requests, without compromising performance or security. PostgreSQL experts can guide you in designing your database architecture and configuring your server to meet these complex needs.

PostgreSQL and MySQL are both open-source relational database management systems, but they have various differences ranging from technical details to design philosophies. One of the most obvious differences is in the license: MySQL is an open-source project managed by Oracle Corporation and offers a paid enterprise version with extra features. PostgreSQL, on the other hand, uses a liberal license very similar to the MIT license, which allows free use for any purpose.

In terms of conforming to SQL standards, PostgreSQL is known for its strict adherence, making it ideal for applications that need complex queries and transactions. MySQL, although it supports a good portion of the SQL standard, has some deviations and proprietary implemented features.

As far as advanced features go, MySQL is generally focused on speed and reliability and can be less flexible when it comes to more complex features. PostgreSQL, in contrast, offers a wide range of advanced features such as materialized indexes, table partitioning, triggers, and stored procedures, as well as custom data types.

Scalability is another distinguishing factor. MySQL is traditionally considered better for applications that perform more read than write operations and offers robust master-slave replication. PostgreSQL is more flexible in this aspect and can handle heavier workloads, while also providing built-in synchronous replication.

Query optimization is another point to consider. MySQL uses a cost-based optimizer, but does not support optimization of entire queries. PostgreSQL has a more sophisticated optimizer that can rewrite and optimize the entire query to improve efficiency.

In terms of extensibility, PostgreSQL is highly extensible and allows developers to define functions, data types and even write code in different languages ​​such as PL/Java or PL/Python. MySQL is generally less extensible in this regard.

Finally, both systems have active communities, but MySQL's is larger and widely used in many web applications. The PostgreSQL community, although smaller, is extremely active and focused on high standards and advanced features.

Our PostgreSQL consultancy services are essential for every company that wants to fully exploit the potential of its database. We use our in-depth knowledge to fine-tune your database performance, ensuring your applications and business operations run with maximum efficiency. Additionally, our consultants are highly trained in diagnosing and resolving various issues that may arise when using your database, including those related to performance, data integrity, and security.

We not only focus on performance optimization, but also develop tailor-made disaster recovery plans. These plans are critical to preventing significant data loss and ensuring rapid service recovery in the event of hardware failure, software errors, or other unexpected events.

Another fundamental aspect of our consultancy is the design of scalable and secure solutions. As your business grows and the importance of data increases, it is crucial that your system can handle a greater volume of data and an increasing number of requests without sacrificing performance or security. With our expert advice, you can be confident that your PostgreSQL database will not only meet your current operational needs but will also be ready for future challenges.

PostgreSQL database optimization is crucial to ensuring that your system operates efficiently, stably, and securely. But how can you identify the signs that signal the need for optimization or management intervention? There are several indicators that can highlight the presence of problems.

If you notice that your database is having slow response times, it might be time to think about an optimization. This may become evident through queries that take too long to execute or through general system sluggishness. Factors that can contribute to slow response times include the absence of adequate indexes, inefficient queries, or a non-optimized server configuration.

Stability issues are another red flag. If your system is unstable, crashes frequently, or has connection difficulties, an intervention may be necessary. These problems can be due to several factors, such as excessive resource usage, network problems, or incorrect configurations.

High consumption of server resources is another indicator that database optimization may be needed. If you observe that the server is using a high amount of CPU, memory, or disk space, then there are likely areas of the database that need to be optimized. This consumption could result from inefficiencies in the code, data duplications, or a server configuration that has not been optimized.

Finally, data synchronization issues are another sign that you should consider working on your database. These can manifest themselves in many ways, such as missing, duplicated, or inconsistent data across different tables. Such problems could arise from programming errors, problems with transactions, or complications in data replication.

If you observe one or more of these signs, it may be time to consider an overhaul or optimization of your PostgreSQL database. An expert PostgreSQL consultant can help you identify and address these issues, thereby improving the performance, stability, and security of your system.

As part of our services, we are aware that every company has different needs and contexts. For this reason, we offer a vast spectrum of services to cover a multitude of needs.

For companies that have a team of systems engineers and internal staff but occasionally have to deal with specific problems, we provide tailor-made or spot services. These services may concern the resolution of specific problems, the optimization of database performance, the creation of disaster recovery plans or any other particular need. Our priority is to intervene quickly and efficiently, assisting the internal team in addressing and resolving the problem, in order to guarantee maximum operations in the shortest possible time.

For companies that need more extensive and continuous support, we offer complete database management, monitoring and supervision services. These can range from full self-management of the database, where we take care of all related tasks, through to a more collaborative model where we provide support and oversight in collaboration with existing staff. These offerings are designed to ensure that your database is always in optimal condition, secure and ready to support your diverse business needs.

We are well aware that every situation is unique and requires detailed analysis. For this reason, we establish a close dialogue with each client in order to understand their specific needs, the challenges they face and the objectives they set. Based on this information, we develop a service plan that best meets your needs, whether it is a spot service or long-term support for the management and supervision of the database.

May 25, 2018 marked a turning point for the protection of personal data in Europe, with the entry into force of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This regulation, promulgated by the European Commission, aims to create uniformity in the protection of personal data of citizens of the European Union, regardless of where the companies that process such data are located. Every company that collects, stores or processes personal data of European citizens must comply with the GDPR, even if its headquarters are not located within the European Union.

Managed Server is fully aware of the importance and seriousness of the GDPR. With our commitment to providing quality services and protecting customer data, we strive to scrupulously apply the provisions of the GDPR (EU Regulation 2016/679). This includes a set of practices and procedures that ensure data security, privacy and compliance.

Our data security policies are designed to protect customer data from unauthorized access, loss and breach. We use cutting-edge technologies and industry best practices to protect your data, including encryption, firewalls and access controls. We also regularly review and update our policies and procedures to ensure their compliance. THEFurthermore, we respect the principles of privacy by design and privacy by default, integrating data protection into all phases of our development process and ensuring that the default settings of our services promote privacy.

Finally, we recognize the rights of European citizens guaranteed by the GDPR, including the rights of access, rectification, cancellation, limitation of treatment, data portability and opposition. We work diligently to make sure that customers can exercise these rights easily and effectively.

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