What do you like most about PostgreSQL?
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It's a standard reliable database management system.
The solution has many valuable features such as it easy to use and the interface is intuitive.
It is very useful for both structured and unstructured data. You can store unstructured and structured data in PostgreSQL. It is easy to use. You can easily manage things through PostgreSQL Admin.
It is cost-effective. Its on-premise version is free. It is agnostic of on-premise or cloud. You can install it on the cloud or on-premises. It is available with all clouds, and you can also install it on desktop or Windows Servers.
It has completely met our needs. It works, and it is robust. We haven't had any problems with what PostgreSQL does for us and the way it does it. That's why we've been using it for so long. We understand it, and it does the job.
We managed to reduce the storage space needed to 10% of the original size, without affecting data integrity, and we significantly improved the performance.
The built-in code procedural language is the most valuable. It has a built-in layer for code procedures.
Its installation is very easy and quick, and it is free. It is also stable, and its performance is also good.
What I like is that it's quite powerful in terms of performance.
The product is quite flexible.
With the database, you can provide a multi-component at the same service with the same performance, scalability, or all those things.
Clustering will be the number 1 feature. It is also open-source so it is free. It can also be clustered, to allow fault tolerance.
The database has excellent performance.
It is easy to install and easy to manage. There is no license on it, so it is free.
There is high compatibility with Oracle, and there are many tools for the migration of data from Oracle to Postgre.
The most valuable features are the price, stability, it is scalable and is used by our clients in small business environments, and it is a simple product to use.
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