Blog Posts by Ed Boyajian

Blog Posts by Ed Boyajian

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About Ed Boyajian

Since 2008, Ed has led EDB around his vision to transform and disrupt the $30B relational database industry. Under his leadership, EnterpriseDB has become recognized as the Postgres database company with over 2400 customers worldwide. Ed’s passion for technical product excellence and world class support and service has been the catalyst for delivering the industry leading Postgres Plus family of products.

Database migrations from closed source to open source have become a particularly hot topic recently as I have been asked by customers, analysts, investors (and a few competitors!) what’s driving the accelerated changes in enterprise and government IT departments. We have been both pursuing and...Read more
Postgres had a defining day this week. Infor announced Wednesday it has collaborated with EnterpriseDB and Red Hat to deliver its Infor LN solution on an open technology stack. This enables massively better economics and an expanded ability to move fluidly between on-premise and cloud deployments...Read more
Think about the old days. Infrastructure software was deployed and managed on a “per server” basis. Later that moved to the socket, and then to the core, and then to the virtual core. Well, guess what? Today, people want to deploy technology in even smaller increments. For example in containerized...Read more
EnterpriseDB is 10 years old this year and we marked this milestone with a record 70 percent increase in subscription revenue growth. In fact, the fourth quarter of 2013 was the 16th consecutive quarter of growth in subscription revenue for the company. That’s four years of steady growth as...Read more
Last week, Oracle’s announced its decision to discontinue all software development on the Intel Itanium microprocessor . Apparently, Oracle contends that its decision was predicated on Intel’s “faltering commitment” to Itanium. The reporter surmises that Oracle wants HP's enterprise server money,...Read more
True statement - Microsoft is now one of PostgreSQL’s largest users. Last week it was announced that Microsoft is buying Skype for a reported $8.5 billion in cash. What was not reported in this recent acquisition news cycle is an interesting fact -- Skype runs on the open source database PostgreSQL...Read more