EnterpriseDB Postgres Plus Advanced Server
Postgres Plus Advanced Server adds enterprise class performance features, advanced security, and Oracle compatibility to PostgreSQL and enables organizations of all sizes to replace or compliment their existing commercial databases with an open source based database that delivers incredibly low Total Cost of Ownership without sacrificing performance or critical features.
Postgres Plus is highly compatible with Oracle and is available on Windows 32, Windows 64, Linux 32, Linux 64, Sun Solaris, and HP HP-UX on Itanium-based systems. It delivers high performance, security and scalability and can handle nearly every enterprise workload.
EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus® Advanced Server runs most applications written for Oracle, at a small fraction of the cost Oracle charges for database licenses and annual maintenance. EnterpriseDB offers Oracle cost containment solutions that fit a range of business and technology needs and deployment configurations, all of which plug into your current infrastructure and leverage your existing DBA and application development skills. Postgres Plus solutions plug seamlessly into your current infrastructure and leverage all of your existing DBA and application development skills.
The graph below illustrates the economic advantages of Postgres Plus Advanced Server compared to Oracle. Based on currently published list prices, the TCO of a 16-CPU (four servers, four CPUs/server) Oracle configuration is $1,261,600 over a three year term. The TCO of a comparably configured Postgres Plus deployment is $215,760, a TCO savings of $1,045,840, or 83%.
Quru are the leading EnterpriseDB partner in the UK and from our market review, we believe that EnterpriseDB is the only enterprise ready, open source database offering a real alternative to traditional proprietary database systems – and at a fraction of the cost.
We have significant knowledge in deploying, tuning and ensuring high availability of PostgreSQL at all times. We have worked with many organisations to enable them to successfully migrate to an open source database and gain major operational and cost benefits.