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Product News : EnterpriseDB Releases New Products to Support More Mission-Critical Enterprise Demands
on 2013/11/20 9:24:03 (495 reads)
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EnterpriseDB (EDB), the leading worldwide provider of enterprise-class Postgres products and Oracle database compatibility solutions, today announced new versions of its flagship database and enterprise-class management console -- Postgres Plus Advanced Server 9.3 and Postgres Enterprise Manager 4.0, respectively. The company today also announced a new product, EDB Failover Manager, a critical component for meeting enterprise High Availability requirements.

Enterprises have been seeking to adopt or expand their use of Postgres as its performance and stability have become more widely recognized throughout the industry. New interest in using Postgres for more and larger mission-critical and non-mission-critical applications has brought an expanding scope of enterprise requirements for performance, manageability and High Availability.

Working with its largest customers, EDB develops new features, capabilities and products targeting the needs and requirements of the global enterprise. This progress was recognized in the October 2013 Gartner Research report, Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems.* EDB was positioned in the Challenger Quadrant. Stated the report: "The functionality of EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus has increased greatly, and with the Oracle Compatibility Feature is now more than sufficient to run both mission-critical and non-mission-critical applications."

EDB is the largest Postgres software and services provider with enterprise-class software, professional services, support and training to ensure success with Postgres as organizations expand their deployments of open source software to the data center. More than 2,000 enterprises, government agencies and other organizations worldwide use EnterpriseDB products and services to successfully deploy Postgres, reduce their reliance on costly traditional databases and slash database costs by more than 80 percent.

"We have 47 of the Fortune 500 list of global companies and 73 of the Global 1000 in our customer base. These kinds of users have huge demands for their database but they want to use Postgres to reduce their spending on costly, proprietary solutions," said Ed Boyajian, CEO and president of EnterpriseDB. "We're answering their needs by baking into PostgreSQL the enterprise-level features and capabilities global brands need to deploy open source in their environments."

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