EDB Postgres Platform

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EDB Postgres Platform

EDB Postgres Platform

Overview of Product

The EDB Postgres Platform is an enterprise-class data management platform based on the open source database PostgreSQL, complemented by tool kits for management, integration, and migration; flexible deployment options, and services and support to enable enterprises to deploy Postgres responsibly at scale.

 

Advanced Server          |         PostGIS          |          PostgreSQL

Client Connection

Connection Management

Connection Management

Authentication & Authorization

Authentication & Authorization

 

 

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Key Features

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.

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EDB Postgres is the first integrated open source-based operational data management platform that brings together all of the components required for managing structured and unstructured data in a federated model. The platform enables integration across different databases but it also supports combining unstructured data from NoSQL solutions with corporate, transactional data in structured, relational systems.