U.S. Army benefits from EDB’s robust PostgreSQL functionality

Groups within the U.S. Army benefit from EDB’s decades of PostgreSQL experience. EDB supports a wide range of U.S. Army missions, including modeling and simulation, satellite communications, research initiatives, biometric identification, forward deployed tactical deployments, and lifecycle management. EDB has worked with the U.S. Army for over 10 years, and it remains one of our largest customers across the globe.

The U.S. Army often selects EDB for it’s robust enterprise database functionality and as an alternative to costly legacy vendors. EDB can run in a variety of environments, for example, on a Windows laptop at the tactical edge, or on a Linux server within the data center. It can also run in a hybrid context, including approved FedRamp cloud platforms.

U.S. Army groups most often leverage EDB Postgres Advanced Server, which provides Oracle compatibility and enhanced security including published DISA STIGS. EDB has also achieved Authorization to Operate (ATOs) across many programs.

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