According to the report: “Today, hundreds of organizations leverage EnterpriseDB to deliver modern document-driven business applications, including transactional, operational, analytical, and mixed-mode workloads. EnterpriseDB software is available on-premises, in the public cloud on AWS and Google Marketplace, in private clouds on OpenStack, in appliances through ShadowSoft and Avnet, and as a dedicated DBaaS with PPCD on AWS. Firms like EnterpriseDB’s ability to support relational and JSON in the same database to handle various use cases.”
Report author Noel Yuhanna of Forrester Research writes, “Enterprises have an increasing number of choices in leveraging either a dedicated document store technology or existing relational databases with extended document capabilities with JSON format.”
One of only 10 solution providers featured in The Forrester Wave™: Document Stores report, EnterpriseDB was among vendors with the second-highest scores for road map and ability to execute criteria. The report states, “EnterpriseDB’s platform supports a variety of use cases and workloads that can leverage relational and JSON together.”
Marc Linster, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Products and Services at EnterpriseDB, said, “EDB is honored to be recognized by Forrester among the NoSQL document store solution providers. We believe the recognition in this report validates the EDB Postgres Platform as a multi-model database management system that combines the best of both relational and schema-less capabilities.”
Digital business initiatives require data platforms that can integrate new and expanding types of content from mobile, web, and machine sources with data in relational systems. The EDB Postgres™ Platform provides unparalleled flexibility to support a wider range of new workloads while seamlessly integrating with existing data infrastructures.
EDB Postgres combines unstructured data from document store and other NoSQL solutions with corporate, transactional data in structured, relational systems to provide seamless data fabrics. As a result, EDB Postgres supports schema-less development for faster application delivery; ensures greater integrity for unstructured data by adding structure; delivers uniform performance across a range of applications; and supports the running of SQL queries across all data types.
About the EDB Postgres Platform
The EDB Postgres platform provides digital businesses with enterprise capabilities to manage multi-model data, connect with existing systems, and deploy rapidly across multiple environments.It is available in three subscription models:
- EDB Postgres™ Enterprise – Advanced security, higher performance, database compatibility for Oracle® and EDB Postgres™ Tool Suites. The EDB Postgres Enterprise subscription includes the EDB Postgres Advanced Server database and database compatibility with Oracle.
- EDB Postgres™ Standard – Open source PostgreSQL for the enterprise—the world's most advanced open source DBMS—with the EDB Postgres Tool Suites; EDB Postgres Standard includes the PostgreSQL database.
- EDB Postgres™ Developer – Access to EDB Postgres DBMSs, EDB Postgres Tool Suites, and the benefits of working in a licensed, updated and supported environment; EDB Postgres Developer offers your choice of DBMS and targets developer use for a range of initiatives including new application development, application modernization, cloud re-platforming, and legacy DBMS replacement.
All three EDB Postgres subscriptions include comprehensive management, integration, migration tool suites, global support and upgrades, and are deployable across a wide range of on-premise and cloud configurations.
To download The Forrester Wave™: Document Stores, Q3 2016, by Noel Yuhanna, click here.
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