IBM Power Systems and EDB Postgres Bring Low-Cost Hardware and Open Source-Based Database Solutions to the Nordics

Roadshow introduces CIOs to 80% percent better price-performance from the combination of EDB Postgres and OpenPOWER LC servers with IBM POWER8®

Date -2017-03-13 Location - AMSTERDAM, Netherlands The aim is to help organizations understand how to save money, improve agility, and drive performance improvements while maintaining enterprise ready database applications.

“Open source-based databases are integral to digital transformation agendas because they help CIOs who manage tight IT budgets remain agile and responsive to the needs of their businesses. The combination of EDB Postgres and the IBM Power Systems product line helps organizations transform their infrastructure to drive innovation and be more competitive,” said James Brayshaw, Vice President of Sales for Europe, Middle East, and Africa, at EnterpriseDB.

The roadshow will include presentations from EnterpriseDB executives about EDB Postgres as an enterprise-ready platform. IBM executives will highlight IBM Power® on Docker™.  The events will take place in the morning starting at 8:30am local time:

  • Helsinki, Finland – March 14
  • Stockholm, Sweden – March 16    
  • Copenhagen, Denmark – March 22
  • Oslo, Norway – March 23

The two companies have a long-standing relationship, including EnterpriseDB’s collaboration with IBM on the development of its Linux on Power initiative. By helping users experience a level of performance comparable to x86 while using fewer cores, POWER8 allows organizations to save money. This means that organizations can accomplish more with the same amount of funds, and further capitalize on the lower total cost of ownership. To learn more, please read the IBM Power Systems and EnterpriseDB Solution brief found here.

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