Customer Stories

Our customers come from a wide range of industries and have all chosen PostgreSQL to address their database needs. Here are their stories.

Lifecycle of database migration from Oracle, DB2 to PostgreSQL

Lifecycle of database migration from Oracle, DB2 to PostgreSQL

In this talk from Postgres Vision 2010, Abhinav Sagar, Senior Database Consultant, and Premnath Jangam, Senior Database Administrator, from CSG International discuss the various methodologies, procedures, and techniques involved in successfully migrating data from Oracle and DB2 to PostgreSQL. Topics include steps to consider before and after migration, the time it takes to migrate, data compatibility, and much more. 

x-ray of a person

Medical Imaging Provider Speeds Global Reviews With EDB Postgres

One of EnterpriseDB’s health care customers is a global service provider for technology-enhanced clinical trials. This customer delivers medical images such as X-rays; CT scans; and MRIs; as well as drug and test data to specialists  worldwide for review and evaluation. 

People's Postcode Lottery Logo

People’s Postcode Lottery Meets Cost Reduction Goal with EDB Postgres

People’s Postcode Lottery, an external lottery manager raising funds for charities, solved its expansion constraints by replacing Oracle® with EDB Postgres™ Advanced Server from EnterpriseDB® (EDB™) to support greater scalability across multiple regions.

PostgreSQL at the London Stock Exchange Group: Lessons and Challenges

PostgreSQL at the London Stock Exchange Group: Lessons and Challenges

Roberto Giordano is the head of Database Services for the Capital Markets division at the London Stock Exchange. In this talk from Postgres Vision 2020, he discusses lessons and challenges of his journey pioneering the use of open source database technologies at the LSEG over the last decade. He takes an open and honest look at what has been achieved so far, and makes insightful predictions about what the future of database and open source may look like.

caduceus

State Government Health Exchange Migration and New Cloud Data Repository Supported by EDB Postgres

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, sent U.S. states scrambling to build health insurance exchanges for individuals to purchase and manage new insurance plans. Working under time constraints, many states implemented systems based on technologies they already had in place. 

State of Maryland uses EDB in multi-model DBaaS offering

State of Maryland uses EDB in multi-model DBaaS offering

EDB supports Maryland’s Total Human services Integrated Network (MD THINK), building on PostgreSQL to help them do more and go faster in their cloud environment. MD THINK is an innovative, cloud-based platform that allows multiple state agencies to share and manage data in one convenient place. The State expects significant cost savings via the consolidation of application hosting and data center services. 

graph going up

Stock Market Technology Powered by EDB Postgres™

How a global financial technology, trading, and information services provider that builds solutions supporting securities transactions all of over the world used EDB Postgres to reduce DBMS TCO and gain flexibility

U.S. Army benefits from EDB’s robust PostgreSQL functionality

U.S. Army benefits from EDB’s robust PostgreSQL functionality

Groups within the U.S. Army benefit from EDB’s decades of PostgreSQL experience. EDB supports a wide range of U.S. Army missions, including modeling and simulation, satellite communications, research initiatives, biometric identification, forward deployed tactical deployments, and lifecycle management. EDB has worked with the U.S. Army for over 10 years, and it remains one of our largest customers across the globe.

Shield icon

U.S. Defense Agency Finds Benefits to Oracle Migration

Agencies across the U.S. government have adopted EDB Postgres™ from EnterpriseDB® (EDB™). One of those agencies is critical to securing information for the nation’s defense initiatives and handles a wide range of data, and, in particular, considerable stores of geospatial information.

Radio signal icon

U.S. Wireless Carrier Migrates 100TB Oracle Database to EDB Postgres in First Open Source Initiative

Competitive pressures have brought profound change to the telecommunications industry. Telecom companies have seen a rise in new digital devices and

Van Genchten

Van Genechten Expands IT and Controls Costs with EDB Postgres

With a tradition going back to 1834, the Van Genechten Group is one of Belgium’s most successful privately owned companies. Its Packaging Division is one of Europe’s leading vendors of premium packaging products with production sites in seven countries.

Why Konica Minolta relies on open source PostgreSQL database for healthcare providers

Why Konica Minolta relies on open source PostgreSQL database for healthcare providers

When it comes to choosing a database platform in the healthcare industry, hospitals and large healthcare providers have historically chosen familiar vendors over open source options, like PostgreSQL. Learn how Konica Minolta Healthcare IT, industry leader in medical technology, helped reshape their mindsets.

Why Mastercard's secret to zero downtime is PostgreSQL

Why Mastercard's secret to zero downtime is PostgreSQL

As the lead BizOps Engineer for Mastercard, Gordon Platt supports the company’s payment gateway, acquired several years ago. With it came PostgreSQL, which turned out to be a pleasant coincidence. Learn how migrating to PostgreSQL became an economic necessity that helped reduce failover time and enabled Mastercard to truly offer “zero downtime.”