EDB Postgres launches on Google Cloud Launcher
EnterpriseDB, commonly known simply as EDB, an enterprise Postgres database company, announced its release of EDB Postgres Enterprise in Google Cloud Launcher, an online marketplace created and operated by Google Cloud Platform.
Google Cloud Launcher is designed for developers and is aimed at removing operational deployment and configuration tasks from the development process. EDB Postgres Enterprise on Google Cloud Launcher enables developers to use Postgres with just a few clicks and at enterprise performance and security levels.
It also enables database portability so DBAs can move data between the cloud and on-premises deployments.
"The addition of EDB Postgres Enterprise to Google Cloud Launcher expands the options available to cloud computing customers who want to use Postgres for their applications, but require enterprise-class features and capabilities," said Lenley Hensarling, senior vice president, strategy and product management, EDB, in the announcement.
"Combining the EDB Postgres solution with Google's innovative infrastructure and advanced technology ensures that end users have a state-of-the-art data platform in the cloud for building, testing and deploying their applications."
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- see the press release