Ashish Nauriyal, Lead Solutions Consultant, EnterpriseDB Corporation; Bill Adra, Systems Architect, IBM Australia
Many of the organizations today spend a significant part of their IT budgets on licensing cost charged by some proprietary database vendors. From the standpoint of an organization looking to cut costs in their database environment and increase organizational agility the appeal of an open source solution is clear. Open source databases are being recognized as an effective alternative to the proprietary, commercial databases and EDB Postgres has been deemed ready for enterprise-level prime time by Gartner.
However, while planning for EDB Postgres deployment, clients need the right infrastructure in place in order to maximize performance. Join this live and interactive webcast as Subject Matter Experts from EDB Postgres and IBM discuss on:
The shifting database landscape towards open source investments
How to lower total cost of ownership and increase organizational agility with open source databases
How to free up scarce resources for mobile, analytics, and social applications
How you can achieve better performance than x86 with fewer cores at a lower cost by leveraging IBM’s Power Systems platform for EDB Postgres annual subscriptions