EDB Unveils Postgres AI, Pivots to New Corporate Identity

EDB, the leading Postgres data and AI company, is introducing EDB Postgres AI, an intelligent platform for transactional, analytical, and AI workloads that can be deployed as cloud, software, or physical appliance, all powered by the same Postgres engine.

The launch of EDB Postgres AI also ushers in a new corporate identity aimed at the belief that Postgres can solve the AI generation’s most complex data challenges.

In this new era, Postgres and EDB will enable customers to break data silos and launch new AI initiatives across any cloud, anywhere with the confidence of enterprise-grade security, compliance, and availability, according to the company.

“Nearly 75% of U.S. companies have adopted AI, but businesses still need a foundational technology that will allow them to quickly and easily access their abundance of data and fully embrace AI—and that’s where EDB Postgres AI comes in,” said Kevin Dallas, CEO, EDB. “We are harnessing the agility of Postgres across transactional, analytical, and AI workloads and meeting customers wherever they are—on premises, any clouds, anywhere, or physical appliance.”

Key capabilities of EDB Postgres AI include:

  • Rapid analytics: Roll out rapid analytics for your transactional data, while maintaining business as usual from core to edge. Go straight to the data source and spin up on-demand analytics clusters. With EDB Postgres Lakehouse capabilities, operational data can be stored in a columnar format, optimizing it for lightning-fast analytics.
  • Intelligent observability: Manage both on-premises and cloud databases using a single set of interfaces. Change the way data insights are managed and operationalized into value assets for the organization.
  • Support for vector databases: Trust in hardened enterprise support, security, high availability, and compliance around pgvector in a new way. Vectorize data to support GenAI applications and LLMs, while keeping that data in a well governed estate.
  • Continuous high availability: Redefine high availability with up to 99.999% uptime and 24/7/365 access to the most seasoned Postgres experts. Take Postgres from experiments to essential with hardened security, support, and compliance tools to help standardize Postgres across the enterprise.
  • Legacy modernization: Modernize legacy systems with the most comprehensive Oracle Compatibility Mode, allowing customers to replatform existing applications to a modern solution for transactional, analytical, and AI workloads. EDB’s Oracle Migration Co-pilot leverages AI to predict roadblocks along the migration path.

Additionally, EDB is expanding its network of strategic alliances with companies including Nutanix, SADA, and Red Hat. It also comes on the heels of EDB’s appointment of former Microsoft executive and CEO of Wind River, Kevin Dallas, as its new CEO, and acquisition of Splitgraph, which was a foundation for EDB’s analytics capability.

EDB Postgres AI is available today to existing and future customers.

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