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On-Prem, Open-Source Based Database in a Pay-Per-Use Package
October 05, 2018
We most likely will not be upending anyone’s world-view if we make the claim that database spend is a big slice of IT’s overall costs, and one that...
Parallelism and Partitioning - Improvements in Postgres 11
October 02, 2018
There have been a number of articles on the upcoming improvements in Postgres v11, including one by EnterpriseDB’s own Bruce Momjian . A couple of...
No Time to Waste: Migrate from Oracle to Postgres in Minutes
September 28, 2018
Licensing complexity, rising costs, and audit risk are motivating Oracle customers to jump start their migration efforts to alternative database...
Autoprewarm: A New Functionality in pg_prewarm
September 25, 2018
In PostgreSQL 11, a new functionality of autoprewarm has been added into the contrib module pg_prewarm . This automatically warms the shared buffers...
Easily Manage Large-Scale Postgres Deployments On-Premises, Virtualized, or in the Cloud
September 20, 2018
Database administrators need tools for database maintenance, performance optimization, configuration, and highly availability. EnterpriseDB (EDB)...
Security Cryptographically Authenticated Rows
September 18, 2018
When storing data in the database, there is an assumption that you have to trust the database administrator to not modify data in the database. While...
Why Do We Install As Root?
September 11, 2018
A couple of common questions I hear from customers (usually long-time users of a particular database from Redwood) via our guys in the field is “why...
Enterprise Ready Postgres
Comparing the EDB Postgres Platform and PostgreSQL
September 05, 2018
Choosing a database solution is one of the most important decisions for a company that is rolling out a website or developing a new in-house...
Robert Haas
Less Bloat, Fewer Writes, and Just Plain Smaller - The Promise of zHeap
September 04, 2018
PostgreSQL has advanced in terms of features, performance, and scalability for many core systems. However, one of the problems that many enterprises...
London
EnterpriseDB becomes a supplier on G Cloud 10 as the UK public sector faces important questions about database adoption in the Cloud
August 30, 2018
The rate of adoption of cloud services among central and local government, and other public sector bodies, is clearly on the increase, which is not...

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