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Native Data Redaction Capability in EDB Postgres Advanced Server 11

Amul Sul December 11, 2018

Marc Linster has posted a blog Creating a Data Redaction Capability to Meet GDPR Requirements Using EDB Postgres to demonstrate data redaction on EDB...

451 Research: EnterpriseDB sees PostgreSQL Everywhere, Especially in the Cloud

5 décembre 2018

Industry analyst firm, 451 Research, just recently issued a report providing an overview of EnterpriseDB, its history and recent product news...

Postgres in the Enterprise: Real World Reasons for Adoption

Jan Karremans November 30, 2018

My friend and colleague Bruce Momjian recently shared in his presentation “Will Postgres Live Forever?” an overview of reasons why companies adopt...

Toasting Up Large Objects (BLOBs/CLOBs)

Eric McCormack November 27, 2018

Let’s talk TOAST! TOAST stands for The Oversized-Attribute Storage Technique. EDB Postgres and PostgreSQL use a fixed page size (commonly 8 KB), and...

The Power of SQL: Even the NoSQL Guys Seem to Be Coming Around

Ken Rugg November 21, 2018

SQL will be turning 50 by the end of the decade. For a technology that’s still widely in use today, that’s quite the achievement — but it’s no...

No Time to Waste: Migrate from Oracle to Postgres in Minutes

No Time to Waste: Migrate from Oracle to Postgres in Minutes

September 28, 2018

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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)...

Enterprise Ready Postgres

Comparing the EDB Postgres Platform and PostgreSQL

September 5, 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...

London

EnterpriseDB becomes a supplier on G Cloud 10 as the UK public sector faces important questions about database adoption in the Cloud

30 août 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...

Can MongoDB make a decision?

Is ACID a Priority or Not? Can MongoDB Decide?

Ken Rugg 20 août 2018

If I’m honest, I think of MongoDB as more of a “data store” than an actual database. This may be a controversial opinion these days, but I don’t think it’s a hard position to support. Granted, MongoDB does a great job storing data for a particular use case and can be highly optimized for that purpose. But, as applications inevitably evolve, Mongo’s single-use case formula where applications leverage the document store to optimize one access path to the data starts to unravel.