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PostgreSQL is a leading object-relational database management system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads.
Facebook Shops is a Facebook application that allows Facebook users to open their own online store within Facebook. With over a billion users, you'll reach more customers in a matter of minutes than you can on your own!Facebook Shops Integrations
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PostgreSQL is the most advanced open source relational database management system (RDBMS. available today. It is an extensible, multi-threaded, high performance, secure, and very reliable SQL database management system. It is often used as a back-end for web applications. Apart from being used by many companies including Facebook, it is also used by NASA, Google, Yahoo!, IBM, Nokia, Oracle, and more. PostgreSQL has support for most of the traditional features that you’d expect in an RDBMS along with some advanced features like trigger, stored procedures, views, and built-in support for XML.
Facebook Shops is a top on Facebook which lets you set up an online storefront to sell your products and services directly on Facebook. Once you have created your store, you can upload product information, images, price, description, shipping info, etc. You can also use your Facebook fan page to drive traffic to your store. When someone purchases anything from your store using their credit card or PayPal account, Facebook will handle the order processing for you. You can also use Facebook Ads to drive new customers to your store.
Due to growth of Facebook Shops, the number of orders on Facebook has increased so much that they are now handling more than 2 million orders each day. The team behind Facebook Shops are currently trying to find the best top for storing data so that they don’t have to worry about scaling issues anymore. They have found that PostgreSQL fits this purpose really well. They have already spent some time using PostgreSQL on a test server. So far they have been able to reduce the amount of time taken to process any given order from 1 minute down to just 10 seconds! This will allow them to handle even more orders without having to worry about the performance issues caused by bottlenecks in the database. Having said that, they still need to improve on this issue further in order to handle the high load generated by orders in a large scale deployment.
PostgreSQL offers many benefits when integrated with Facebook Shops such as:
Flexibility. It is easy to integrate PostgreSQL with Facebook Shops because PostgreSQL doesn’t require any special adjustments to run on the Facebook platform. It offers excellent ease of use and flexibility when integrated with Facebook Shops.
Reliability. PostgreSQL has been developed for more than 20 years and it has been widely deployed across an enormous range of industries and applications. It has been developed and deployed in highly critical environments and it has proven its reliability time and again. Therefore, it is extremely reliable and robust and has proven itself over and over again in production environments.
Security. The credentials used by users of Facebook Shops must be kept confidential otherwise unauthorized access to credentials may result in misuse of the user accounts. Therefore security features like encryption come in handy when integrating PostgreSQL with Facebook Shops.
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