Blogs

12 Jun

Guest Article: It’s Not Your Database That’s Causing Hair Loss!

Marc Linster

This may come as surprise to users new to Postgres but your biggest challenge in deploying Postgres for the first time may be your operating system, not learning the ins and outs of your new database. Those of you who still have hair may end up snatching yourselves bald-headed trying to manoeuvre the quirks and kinks of your OS even before turning your attention to your new Postgres database. This second in our series of blog posts spotlighting the changes in […]

Marc Linster I Senior Vice President, Products and Services, EnterpriseDB

12
Jun
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9 Jun

Capture and Consolidate: Emerging priorities for enterprises

Sachin-D-780PX

Since the mid of 2013 there is a sense of optimism in enterprises regarding economic recovery. Unlike in the past, now technology platform is the first thing that CXOs turn to to address the business challenges – be its booming economy or declining economy. Booming or positive economic lookout also throws business challenges, albeit of different nature. What we are observing in past few months are two general trends that represent the fast paced activities in the enterprises, which can be […]

Sachin Dabir | Founder & Director, Ashnik

9
Jun
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5 Jun

25 Features your Developers are missing when not using Postgres!

Sameer_Ashnik

I recently met a few prospects who were keen to know what Postgres can offer to their developers which they weren’t already getting while using the contemporary databases. So I thought of putting together a list. Though the list refers to features of Postgres Plus Advanced Server, lot of these features are applicable for PostgreSQL too. I have found great resources and documentation for “how to use” references for most of these features and hence I am not going to repeat […]

Sameer Kumar I Senior Solution Architect, Ashnik

5
Jun
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14 May

Does your organisation want to be an Elephant or a Cheetah?

Kaustubh_Ashnik

An elephant, though carries massive strength, the same massive size and its huge body weight makes the elephant difficult to move about with ease or change courses of its direction swiftly. Compare that to a cheetah. They are the fastest land mammals averaging at a speed of 120 km/h. Their shape, agility and the fact that they have strong muscular legs, help them achieve those speeds very easily. To me, an elephant represents a rigid organisation – one who has a […]

Kaustubh Patwardhan, Director I Southeast Asia and Hong Kong, Ashnik

14
May
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14 May

Business has changed, design approach needs to change as well

Sachin-D-780PX

After the first wave of computerisation, during the 2nd and 3rd wave, IT started enabling the business and then creating new business models. We have seen the impact of e-commerce and virtual market place and how every business is riding on the technology backbone. I feel time has come to rethink if the technology that was developed in 70s and 80s of last century is good enough to lead the business processes and business models of 2nd decade of 21s century. […]

Sachin Dabir | Founder & Director, Ashnik

14
May
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14 May

Guest Article: Overcoming the Costs of Oracle Migrations

Sandor_Klein

– By Sandor Klein, Vice President – EnterpriseDB Modern IT organizations face the daunting dilemma of contracting budgets and exploding information demands. Practical economics dictate that these demands cannot continue to be met with expensive, proprietary database technology. By leveraging Postgres with Oracle compatibility, Oracle shops have overcome the three major cost categories of switching – technology, people and IT operations – that have traditionally locked out alternative databases. When combined with EnterpriseDB’s compatibility best practices, Postgres Plus Advanced Server gives […]

Sandor Klein I Manages Sales Operations

14
May
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