The EDB Blog

The latest thought leadership pieces from EDB, including company and PostgreSQL announcements

Recent Posts

The Oracle Migration Strategy – Getting Started

Craig Silveira November 30, 2015

Organizations are being increasingly challenged to do more with less – develop innovative strategies, create compelling products, serve customers more...

The ORACLE© SE2 Tea Party

Keith Alsheimer November 24, 2015

As of December 1, 2015, Oracle® is no longer offering two of its most popular database license options, SE and SE1; replacing them instead with a new...

Which Postgres Is Right for Me?

Gary Carter November 23, 2015

Open source software has been saving organizations money for years in operating systems with Linux, in the middleware layer with tools like JBoss, and...

Improve database resiliency with new JDBC Connectors and EDB Failover Manager

ahsan hadi November 18, 2015

This blog was co-written by Jason Davis. EnterpriseDB is about to release an update to the Connectors for Postgres and EDB Postgres. The update will...

Mind the GaaP

Jeannot Bos November 16, 2015

There remains significant uncertainty about the future of the Government Digital Service (GDS) in following the departure of its primary champion...

Parallel Sequential Scan is Committed!

Robert Haas November 11, 2015

I previously suggested that we might be able to get parallel sequential scan committed to PostgreSQL 9.5. That did not happen. However, I'm pleased to...

Top 10 Steps to a Smoother Postgres Deployment

Phil Vacca November 9, 2015

Headaches will come with just about any new project but taking a pause and considering the following steps before getting started with a new Postgres...

Using Java to Manipulate SQL Structures and Arrays

Dick Dowdell November 6, 2015

.inline-cta { margin: 11px 0; } .inline-cta.cta-tall { margin: 30px 0; } .inline-cta b { font-size: 18px; } The only data structure recognized in...

Generated Primary and Foreign Keys for Distributed Databases

Dick Dowdell November 4, 2015

Common practice in relational database design is to utilize a non-repeating, ordered series of integers for primary keys (PK) and by extension...

Successful Red Hat Forum Benelux for EnterpriseDB

Jeannot Bos October 29, 2015

Red Hat recently hosted its annual Red Hat Forum Benelux in the Netherlands and EnterpriseDB (EDB) was one of the participating local partners. Mike...