EnterpriseDB® (EDB™) delivers the premier open source-based, multi-model data platform for new applications, cloud re-platforming, application modernization, and legacy database migration.
Our EDB Postgres platform integrates the core EDB Postgres DBMS with adjacent technologies for hybrid cloud management, data integration, and data warehouse. Our customers benefit from the highest performing, most reliable, flexible, open, and cost-effective data management platform available. We provide our customers deep expertise and best practices to support achieving their goals.
Seventeen percent (17%) of the Fortune 500 utilize EDB’s technology and solutions to drive their digital strategies and to address their long-term business and technology requirements. Companies around the globe like ABN AMRO, the American Automobile Association (AAA), Clear Capital, EMC, Ericsson, KT Corporation, MasterCard, the National Health Service (U.K.), Netflix, Nokia Siemens, S-Kreditpartner GmbH, Sony, Staples, the Nielsen Company, TransUnion, and U.S. Cellular have turned to EDB and Postgres.
EnterpriseDB is based on the source code for the open source PostgreSQL database server. PostgreSQL is the most fully featured open source database out there, they already support pretty much everything on the MySQL 5 feature list.
What the EnterpriseDB people have done is taken the PostgreSQL source code and added features to make it more compatable with Oracle.
EnterpriseDB’s Postgres Plus is the best database and tools package in the PostgreSQL ecosystem for enterprise database compatibility, performance, scalability, high availability, monitoring, management, disaster recovery and application development.
24/7 support and hotfix & security patches
Fixed yearly subscription fee including all tools, features, maintenance & support
Physical/Virtual/Cloud-friendly subscription model. Pay only for what you actually use.
Row level Security (VPD)
SQL injection prevention
Enterprise management, monitoring and tuning
Single-master & Multi-master Replication
Replication from Oracle & MSSQL to Postgres Plus and vice versa
Migration Toolkit for Oracle, Sybase, MSSQL and MySQL
Backup & Recovery Tools
Resource Manager to dedicate CPU/IO to workloads
Index Advisor & Query Hints
Auto tuning depending on server and workload
This is what you should know about EnterpriseDB’s Oracle compatibility.
EnterpriseDB’s Postgres Plus compatibility for Oracle covers the most popular database features allowing your staff to continue leveraging their Oracle knowledge and skills while saving money to put into new projects.
By capping new Oracle license purchases and re-purposing existing Oracle licenses, Postgres Plus from EnterpriseDB frees you from vendor lock-in without sacrificing capabilities or incurring productivity killing re-training programs.
You can keep Oracle where you must, but at the same time smoothly integrate to a low cost alternative.
Database compatibility for Oracle makes it easier to migrate from Oracle to Postgres Plus and re-use Oracle skills. EnterpriseDB’s Postgres Plus supports PL/SQL, OCI, Oracle SQL extensions, objects and packages – even many commands are identical like EDB*Loader, EDB*Plus, EDB*Wrap, etc.
Replicate your Oracle databases to Postgres Plus to offload reporting data and:
Increase your OLTP Performance – By replicating data to a report server you remove read only loads from your main transaction server boosting response times.
Increase Reporting Performance – Utilizing a dedicated reporting server means your reports no longer have to compete for machine resources with high priority business transactions.
Reduce your Licensing Costs – No need to buy new and more expensive hardware and licenses.
Oracle Standard Edition (SE) and Oracle Standard Edition ONE (SE1) EOL from December 1st, 2015. Oracle Standard Edition 2 (SE2) will only support 2 sockets, meaning if you have a +2 socket environment you’ll need to upgrade to Oracle Enterprise Editiion (EE).
EnterpriseDB has a flexible licensing model where you only need subscription for the servers/VMs actually having Postgres installed. This gives great flexibility and minimize cost for virtual and private/public cloud environments.