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Government Open Source Mandates Drive Postgres Adoption Worldwide
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The industry and businesses have gone through some high impact technology waves - such as MRP, ERP, client server architecture, Internet, 3 tier architecture, SaaS, PaaS, Cloud etc. Impact of these technologies or waves have largely transformed organization's internal processes and IT architecture.
- Sachin Dabir, CEO | Ashnik (USA)
Today businesses are engaging with customers in a variety of ways, on variety of platforms to make products and services available in 'Always ON' mode, be it a B2C or B2B business. Customers and consumers alike are becoming more demanding in terms of the interface they use to interact with businesses...
- Kaustubh P | Business Development & Strategy
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a conceptual, structural and operational blueprint of an enterprise along with human and technology resources. It conveys the current and future state of an enterprise and its transformation roadmap in terms of process, information...
- Sameer Goswami | Big Data Consultant
There was a time when releasing "stress" meant endlessly waiting for a break from the routine, fooling myself that small breaks every now and then is what really brings stress levels down. For sure they did, but I observed that it clearly didn't address the real discomfort I had.
- Riddhi Shah | Digital Marketing Manager
"We are using Postgres Plus for one of our critical systems for OLTP application, and Ashnik has helped us in adopting this new technology. Currently we are satisfied with Ashnik's performance."
- PT. Finnet, Indonesia
Gartner report says - "By 2018, more than 70% of new in-house applications will be developed on an Open Source DBMS, and 50% of existing relational DBMS instances will have been converted or will be in process."
Postgres and Open Source Are Disrupting The Market for Database Management Systems