Swarm64 and Command Prompt Partner to Expand Open Source PostgreSQL Support

Swarm64, a provider of database acceleration solutions for the PostgreSQL open source database, is partnering with Command Prompt, Inc., enabling the company to offer a free, open source PostgreSQL database for data warehousing, data science, and large-scale reporting applications.

Gartner Research predicts that 70% of new DBMS projects will run on free open source DBMS by 2022, and 50% of today’s DBMS apps will have been migrated to open source by that time.

Swarm64 and Command Prompt are helping companies make this transition by accelerating free, open source PostgreSQL to address a wider variety of projects, namely analytics and data warehousing, which are currently dominated by expensive, proprietary commercial databases.

Swarm64 provides commercial and open source extensions to PostgreSQL that address large-scale reporting and analytics requirements.

Swarm64 DA extensions enhance PostgreSQL with greater parallel processing, columnar indexing, I/O reduction, and other features that accelerate query performance and scalability.

Command Prompt will provide development and support services for Swarm64 DA-accelerated PostgreSQL.

“We’re very excited about teaming with Command Prompt to transform the economics of data management,” said Paul Kochanski, VP Channels at Swarm64. “Using Swarm64 DA-accelerated PostgreSQL, backed by Command Prompt’s deep PostgreSQL development and support expertise, we will help customers eliminate analytic data platform cost and complexity barriers, enabling them to build more solutions that provide valuable insights to the organization.”

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