PostgreSQL or EDB Postgres Advanced Server: Which is Right for You?
PostgreSQL is becoming more and more popular as an alternative choice of database in the enterprise. PostgreSQL is a relational database management system (DBMS) that has been an active open source project since 1996. It is one of the oldest and most stable open source projects as a result of the commitment of its members and its independence as a standalone community.
But if you’re an enterprise, additional tools and capabilities are needed to run your mission-critical applications at scale. EnterpriseDB is a long-time supporter of the PostgreSQL open source project, making major feature contributions every year since 2006. We draw from our in-depth understanding of the technology to add features, capabilities and support around the PostgreSQL database in order to support enterprise applications. The EDB PostgresTM Platform includes:
- Increased security
- Mission-critical tools
- Oracle® compatibility features
- Modern deployment options
- Enhanced integration
- Enhanced DBA and Developer productivity
- PostgreSQL community leadership
- 24×7 “Follow-the-Sun” support
To help you decide which Postgres is best for you, we’ve created a white paper that compares the EDB Postgres Platform to self-supported PostgreSQL.
- EDB Postgres is an open source Database Platform enabling digital transformation. It delivers a premium open source-based, multi-model data platform for new applications, cloud re-platforming, application modernization, and legacy database migration.
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