The goal of Postgres Enterprise Manager is provide you with a solution that allows you to intelligently manage all your database servers across your enterprise with a single console. To meet this objective, PEM supplies you with all the core features and functionality needed for visual database administration, as well as a number of advanced components that assist you in managing the performance and design of your database servers.
For more information about Postgres Enterprise Manager, please visit the EnterpriseDB Web site (http://www.enterprisedb.com) where you will find PEM’s online documentation, as well as other tutorials and educational aids.
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