Sweeping government initiatives to adopt open source software alternatives
are driving greater demand for Postgres software and expertise
EnterpriseDB [http://www.enterprisedb.com ] (EDB), the leading worldwide provider of enterprise-class Postgres products and Oracle database compatibility [http://www.enterprisedb.com/solutions/oracle-compatibility ] solutions, today announced its expansion in
The use of open source software has expanded dramatically in
"Major initiatives in
In the Korean corporate sector, the telecommunications industry has taken a leadership position in adopting open source based database solutions. KT Corporation, for example, is working on one of the largest enterprise database migrations from a proprietary vendor to EnterpriseDB's open source based Postgres Plus Advanced Server. KT Corp. has deployed Postgres to support multiple mission-critical applications with tremendous success and is currently identifying workloads across the enterprise that can be migrated from a costly traditional database to Postgres.
"We continue to be impressed by the performance of Postgres and we're actively seeking more opportunities to deploy the database," said
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