EDB PostgreSQL

The benefits of open source plus the flexibility of a multi-model DBMS

PostgreSQL is the world's most advanced open-source database system.

Supported by the EDB Postgres Platform, it provides an enterprise-class database solution that integrates with other data sources and is easily manageable.

A full-featured relational database, PostgreSQL (often called Postgres) has been under an open-source license since 1996. Highly extensible, it supports numerous procedural languages, so that developers can write procedures and functions in PL/pgSQL, PL/Tcl, PL/Perl and PL/Python, with many other language implementations also available, such as PL/PHP, PL/Ruby, and PL/Java. New programing languages, data types, and indexes can always be added to the ecosystem, allowing for rapid innovation. Examples include the JSONB document model and the PostGIS geographic information system.

EDB’s platform also includes a native implementation of SPL to support key capabilities of Oracle’s PL/SQL procedural language.

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Gestion des données multi-modèles

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Support for multiple data models enables developers to combine structured and unstructured data in one transactional, ACID-compliant context.

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    Relational model supported through a very high degree of ANSI SQL conformance

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    Document-oriented model supported through JSONB

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    Key-value pair model provided through the HSTORE extension

EDB Postgres

EDB is proud to employ many leaders in the PostgreSQL community, experienced developers who continue to contribute to the growth of this database environment. Our team offers Postgres in an enterprise-ready platform, with two subscription types that can save you up to 80% of the cost of a traditional proprietary DBMS.

 
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    EDB Postgres Standard

    Fully tested and certified version of PostgreSQL; tool suites for migration, integration and management; training and professional services; 24/7 global support; and the flexibility to deploy EDB Postgres on the cloud (private or public) or physical or virtualized hardware.