BEDFORD, Mass., October 11, 2016 –
This is EDB’s fourth consecutive year being recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the Company’s ability to execute and for completeness of vision. To view the 2016 report, click here.
“EDB considers Gartner’s recognition as continued validation of the role EDB Postgres plays in empowering organizations to deliver new applications quickly on a wide range of cloud and on-premises infrastructure choices to meet today’s digital business requirements,” said Ed Boyajian, President and CEO of EnterpriseDB. “Today’s data platforms must integrate legacy systems and siloed NoSQL deployments with digital initiatives for new applications, cloud, analytics, the Internet of Things, and mobile. EDB Postgres has become a new standard to simplify the complexity of building and operating this 21st century data infrastructure.”
According to Gartner: “This Magic Quadrant deals with the key DBMS capabilities for operational processing. It should therefore interest anyone involved in defining, purchasing, building or managing an operational data processing environment — notably, CIOs, CTOs, data and analytics leaders, infrastructure managers, database and application architects, database administrators and IT purchasing managers.”
Gartner writes: “Changes in customer expectations and use cases, coupled with the corresponding changes from vendors, have resulted in a market with a largely non-differentiated vision and a shift toward execution excellence. Vendors are now firmly focused on delivering enterprise-class, hybrid OPDBMS capabilities, which is largely the domain of established incumbent vendors looking to expand their share of wallet with existing customers.”
Organizations are racing to leverage data and new technologies to fuel growth and drive competitive advantage. Speed to market is imperative and requires solutions with greater flexibility and increased effectiveness. The data infrastructure has become central to strategic differentiation and organizations that master the complexities of integrating new, more powerful data management solutions will gain market leadership. The EDB Postgres™ Platform creates a cohesive data management fabric that accommodates a wider range of workloads and tasks by integrating with legacy systems and emerging Big Data solutions. By offering a tested and proven database with the enterprise capabilities necessary to manage multi-model data, connect with existing systems, and deploy rapidly across multiple environments, EnterpriseDB provides everything needed to succeed as a digital business. For enterprises of all sizes, EnterpriseDB is the most complete open source-based data platform for Digital Business.
About the EDB Postgres Platform
EDB Postgres provides organizations the most complete open source-based database platform for digital business. 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, and migration tool suites, global support and upgrades, and are deployable across a wide range of on-premises and cloud configurations.
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 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems, by Nick Heudecker, Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian, Terilyn Palanca, Rick Greenwald, published October 5, 2016.