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Pgvector: How to Extend PostgreSQL with Vector Operations on Azure

16 April, 2024 | 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (UTC) Coordinated Universal Time

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Topic: Coding, Languages, and Frameworks

Language: English

Welcome back to the “Let’s talk Vectors” series at Reactor. In this session, we will focus on “Pgvector: How to Extend PostgreSQL with Vector Operations on Azure”. We will start by introducing Pgvector, an extension of PostgreSQL that enables vector operations. We will discuss its unique features, including its ability to perform high-speed vector calculations, support for complex vector operations, and seamless integration with PostgreSQL. Next, we will guide you through the process of deploying Pgvector on Azure. We will cover the necessary steps, from setting up the Azure environment to configuring Pgvector for optimal performance. We will also demonstrate how to integrate Pgvector with other Azure services for a comprehensive vector operation solution. This session is part of our ongoing series that explores vector databases and their deployment on Azure.

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