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The PostgreSQL database management system has long been one of the sleeper hits of the open source world, kind of like the [[Apache Foundation]] web server.  PostgreSQL provides rock-solid, standard compliant, performant back-end database functionality capable of dealing with terabytes of information.  It is all FOSS, released under the near maximally open [[BSD License]].
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The PostgreSQL database management system has long been one of the sleeper hits of the open source world, kind of like the [[Apache Software Foundation|Apache]] web server.  PostgreSQL provides rock-solid, standard compliant, performant back-end database functionality capable of dealing with terabytes of information.  It is all FOSS, released under the near maximally open [[BSD License]].
  
 
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Revision as of 14:10, 12 July 2008

The PostgreSQL database management system has long been one of the sleeper hits of the open source world, kind of like the Apache web server. PostgreSQL provides rock-solid, standard compliant, performant back-end database functionality capable of dealing with terabytes of information. It is all FOSS, released under the near maximally open BSD License.

Resources include: