EnterpriseDB continues to pick a fight with MySQL, despite the fact that even success would not give it what it needs: revenue.
Big Blue isn't sitting still while Oracle buys Sun: instead, it's ensuring it builds Oracle compatibility into DB2 via a partnership with EnterpriseDB.
Company invests "significant amount" in open-source database vendor, which says a great deal about its rising awareness of its role in the open-source ecosystem.
EnterpriseDB is aiming to bring some relief to Oracle pricing pain. But will customers bite on a new database?
Oracle-compatible database can be "rented" by using Amazon.com's Web services infrastructure.
EnterpriseDB has changed the way it sells and operates, making it a viable competitor to Oracle, as well as MySQL.
The Oracle-compatible database company looks to attract more commercial interest to Postgres open-source database--and itself.
EnterpriseDB has a new CEO. Will it matter?
Ed Boyajian, former Red Hat vice president and general manager of North American sales, is named president, chief executive, and director of open-source database product maker.
EnterpriseDB has had a somewhat iffy relationship with open source. Today, that changed.