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EnterpriseDB (EDB) dramatically reduces the risk of deploying open source based software in the data center and ensures success with EDB Postgres against performance, security, and other organizational goals and objectives.

PostgreSQL is the most advanced open source relational database and the most security-aware among all databases. It is developed by the world's largest independent development community and governed by a mature, highly developed, and well-organized release process.

Organizations using Postgres can slash database costs by 80% or more and reduce their reliance on costly traditional database solutions. A study by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) concluded that government organizations could achieve Oracle cost avoidance of 95% by moving to EnterpriseDB's EDB Postgres. EDB extends the PostgreSQL core with software enhancements for enterprise-class performance, security, and manage ability and develops tools for Postgres database monitoring, tuning, high availability, and replication.

A trusted partner to more than 40 US government agencies, including more than a dozen within the Department of Defense, EDB provides:

  • Powerful performance and security enhancements beyond Postgre SQL Oracle compatibility to ease and speed database migrations
  • Sophisticated management tools for large scale usability
  • Professional services that assist in deployment, configuration and tuning 24/7/365 support, including a remote DBA service package that covers all database administration tasks
  • Comprehensive training program with on-demand courses hosted online, live online events and on-site courses that cover the gamut of database administration and Postgres optimization


EnterpriseDB has received ATO (Authority to Operate) on NIPR, SIPR, JWICS, and other government networks from various government agencies including DISA, Army, Air Force, MDA, Navy, Marine Corps, and Intelligence Communities. To facilitate the accreditation of these deployments, EnterpriseDB has created a DISA STIG to help secure EDB deployments.

  • EnterpriseDB Products
    • EDB Postgres Advanced Server
    • Postgres Enterprise Manager
    • EDB Replication Server
    • EDB Failover Manager
    • EDB Backup and Recovery Tool
    • EDB Postgres Data Adapters
    • EDB Migration Toolkit
    • EDB Postgres Ark
    • EDB Cloud Database Service

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DIR-TSO-3149 Contract Period: June 22, 2015 - June 22, 2019(with 1 option year)


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