Save significant costs by migrating from Oracle to open-source PostgreSQL

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Simplify the enterprise PostgreSQL experience

EDB, in partnership with IBM, offers a single source for purchase, deployment and support of EDB Postgres Enterprise and Standard editions based on PostgreSQL. This one-stop experience helps you develop and run applications on a security-rich, enterprise-class database that's based on open source PostgreSQL.

If you're thinking about moving your Oracle workloads to the cloud, an open source platform like EDB Postgres can reduce complexity. Take advantage of Postgres "Oracle like" features to help meet your mission-critical requirements.

EDB Postgres is now available on IBM Cloud Pak® for Data. This open, integrated data and AI platform helps ensure you provide quality data to deliver accurate, automated insights and decisions. Cloud-native by design and built on Red Hat® OpenShift® container platform, the solution supports multicloud environments and can be deployed on premises, in the cloud or a hybrid setting.

 

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Benefits

Flexible deployment

Deploy and integrate across any environment needed by your business: cloud — public, private and hybrid; virtualized, containers and bare metal.

Improved productivity

Benefit from developer-friendly support for the latest programming languages and IDEs, such as JavaScript, JSON, Python, XML, Ruby, PostGIS, Node.js and SQL.

Support for multiple data types

Use your data type of choice. Whether it’s JSON, geospatial, XML, key-value, or most other structured, semi-structured or unstructured data, EDB Postgres handles it natively.

Cost benefits

Gain significant cost savings while maintaining high quality standards by using open source software in an enterprise-class platform.

Feature spotlights

Enterprise security

EDB delivers security on par with other leading database management systems through ANSI SQL GRANT and REVOKE; external authentication support for LDAP, PAM and Kerberos; granular object permissions; operational auditing; virtual private database; and protection against SQL injection attacks and passwords policies.

Advanced performance for mission-critical workloads

EDB introduces several features to improve and diagnose performance. In addition to open source PostgreSQL partitioning, advanced partitioning capabilities enable smarter, faster partition pruning. Resource Manager allows DBAs to ensure business-critical transactions have resource priority over other workloads. Dynamic Runtime Instrumentation Tools Architecture (DRITA) analyzes low-level system and session wait events to identify bottlenecks, thus improving database and query performance.

Database compatibility to minimize migration efforts

EDB natively understands and processes existing PL/SQL programs and data without any translation layers and without long, costly consulting engagements. EDB compatibility means your expectations for performance are preserved, your intellectual capital is protected and your staff can continue using their existing skill set, while still embracing technology.

DBA and developer features

In addition to the performance and security enhancements, EDB also boosts DBA productivity by providing tools and functionality such as EDB*Loader and extended catalog views. Twenty-one function packages with over 250 functions, bulk collect/bind, user-defined object types, nested tables and many other capabilities reduce programming effort and provide faster processing to support developers.

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