We’re delighted to share that Gartner has, for the seventh year in a row, recognized EDB in their most recent Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Operational Database Management Systems. EDB has been named in the MQ every year, and in 2019, is listed in the “Challengers Quadrant,” with the report citing the completeness of our vision and ability to execute as reasons for our positioning.
This report is a great validation for us at what is an exciting moment for our company. In the last few years, we’ve placed huge emphasis on building out our product portfolio and services to respond to growing demand from enterprises turning to EDB Postgres as a core database on-premise and in the cloud. It’s exciting to see that our approach has been so well received.
We remain one of the Postgres community’s most meaningful contributors. And we’ll continue to work with customers to identify and build out the enterprise functionality and services they need to complement the work of the community.
Seen as one of the most loved databases by developers in Stackoverflow’s 2019 survey and voted “Database of the Year” in 2018 for the second year running, we at EDB are very upbeat about the future of Postgres and about its challenge to traditional database vendors.
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Senior Vice President, Marketing
Frank Days is EDB's Vice President of Marketing. He has helped a number of fast-growing technology companies realize the full potential of marketing. Frank joined EnterpriseDB from Tesora where he was the VP of Marketing prior to the company's sale of to Stratoscale in 2017. He also lead marketing for TwinStrata where he restructured the marketing team and re-positioned the company prior to its acquisition by EMC. With his balance of creative and analytic marketing approaches, he supported record revenue expansion for Ipswitch and Experian-QAS.
His formal education includes an MBA from the MIT-Sloan School of Management and a BA from Bowdoin College.