Postgres got JSON support years ago, and it only improved with JSONB. Just now ORMs and libraries are getting support, including MassiveJS, a Node package with a novel approach to letting Postgres work as a document store.
Have you finally resolved to fix that nagging performance problem once and for all? Are you prepared for data growth in 2016? Now is the time to do a quick tune up. Evaluate your Postgres database performance with a rapid Architectural Health Check and ensure your system is optimally configured and tuned as you start the year.
The most expensive operations in any Postgres database are generally aggregations. Whether it’s some sum, average, or most common counts, such operations often consume a large amount of time, but the agg extension looks to improve this.