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Database company EnterpriseDB introduces a new cloud play for PostgreSQL.
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.
According to results of EnterpriseDB survey, 46 percent of respondents believe open-source projects like MySQL will stagnate under Oracle ownership.
EnterpriseDB is aiming to bring some relief to Oracle pricing pain. But will customers bite on a new database?
Just when you thought the buzzwords had ended, we bring you replatforming--moving your applications to new computing environments.
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.
Even with all the hype around NoSQL, traditional relational databases still make sense for enterprise applications. Here are four reasons why.
EnterpriseDB has changed the way it sells and operates, making it a viable competitor to Oracle, as well as MySQL.
EnterpriseDB continues to pick a fight with MySQL, despite the fact that even success would not give it what it needs: revenue.
Here is a video compilation of the best of the 2010 edition of the annual Open Source Goat Rodeo.