RE: EnterpriseDB

  • From: "Richard J. Goulet" <rgoulet@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "Mark Strickland" <strickland.mark@xxxxxxxxx>, <ineyman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 12:16:54 -0500

Agree, I was asked to "pick my own poison" from the open source world a
few years ago, before EnterpriseDB exited.  If you are going to use an
open source db I'd highly recommend PostGreSql over ALL of the other
offerings out there, particularly MySql.

Dick Goulet, Senior Oracle DBA

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From: Mark Strickland [mailto:strickland.mark@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 11:30 AM
To: ineyman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Richard J. Goulet; rjfeighery@xxxxxxxxx; Oracle-L List
Subject: Re: EnterpriseDB

We use Postgres for a small application and I evaluated EnterpriseDB
earlier this year for its replication functionality so that we could
replicate transactions from the primary Production database server to a
failover server.  I did a basic functional test, not a smoke test.  I
was able to install it and set up the replication without much
heartache.  Their technical support was quite good especially compared
to a similar company's product that we evaluated. 

Mark Strickland
Seattle, WA

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