Most Postgres users don't need NoSQL. With new features and capabilities alongside several longstanding components and extensions, Postgres can support virtually all of today’s data types as well as unstructured and semi-structured data. This means Postgres can power many applications written...

Evan Quinn, a leading database management system (DBMS) analyst now at Enterprise Management Associates, put out a February 2014 report examining the rise and growing prominence of PostgreSQL. His report includes commentary from Bruce Momjian, co-founder of the PostgreSQL community Global...

This white paper discusses many of the database-related pressures faced by IT managers today with regard to usage and costs. It reviews how every IT organization can find a class of applications for open source database adoption, and then use that experience to determine how wide and deep their...

Research shows the typical DBA is responsible for an average of 35 databases with the trend only moving upward. Recognizing this issue, EnterpriseDB has introduced the first enterprise-architected management tool for DBAs who are looking to widely adopt Postgres in their enterprise and desire...

The use cases of replication can be many, however the core reasons that replication is used are the following: simple backup, sharded or read scale-out architecture, business intelligence / reporting, and simple high availability. This paper provides an overview of EnterpriseDB’s xDB Replication...