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  • Main Points:Enterprises want to deploy PostgreSQL to gain all the associated cost and other benefits, but need additional level of support and performance to do so
  • Comparing the Solution A: 2 x BL890c i2 (8/32) with Oracle with Solution B: 2 x BL890c i2 (8/32) with Enterprise DB results in a $1,649,678 advantage for Solution B. Comparing the proposed costs and benefits of Solution B: 2 x BL890c i2 (8/32) with Enterprise DB versus the As Is opportunities, it was projected that implementing the proposed solutions resulted in $1,706,673 of 3 year cumulative benefits. Of these projected benefits, $1,428,218 are direct (hard) benefits and $278,455 are indirect (soft) benefits.These benefits can be grouped regarding business impact as:- $1,428,218 in IT cost reductions- $135,618 in business operating efficiency improvements- $142,837 in business strategic advantage benefitsThe proposed project is expected to help the company meet the following goals and drive the following benefits:- Reduce IT Costs $1,428,218- Reduce Business Risks $142,837- Reduce End User Downtime $135,618The proposed project is expected to deliver the following benefits to specified stakeholders:- IT Director $1,294,764- CFO $142,837- Operations Director $135,618- CIO $133,454To implement the proposed project will require a 3 year cumulative investment of $459,630 including:$459,630 in initial expenses$459,630 in capital expenditures$0 in operating expendituresComparing the costs and benefits of the proposed project using discounted cash flow analysis and factoring in a risk-adjusted discount rate of 9.5%, the proposed business case predicts:Risk Adjusted Return on Investment (RA ROI) of 208%Return on Investment (ROI) of 271% Net Present Value (NPV) savings of $955,405Internal Rate of Return (IRR) of 101% Payback period of 12.0 months
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    • 1. e-Governance-The Road Ahead: Challenges of Procurement & Service Delivery Presented by Shashank Thapliyal Director – Sales (Government Vertical) © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 1
    • 2. E-Governance-The Road Ahead • To create participatory, transparent and collaborative environment, accessible and available to everyone-truly reinforcing the principal of citizen-centric governance • More mature E-governance model / Governance reforms. • Replication of successful E-governance initiative’s in other states • Alternate solutions to proprietary technologies. Corrective steps • Important to shortlist a technology on performance, ROI plus impact on the public money in years to come. Locking of technology • Better citizen centric services, taking it to masses. • Skill sets within the government on newer, cutting edge, cost effective and unexplored technologies. • Work in a more collaborative mode, as partners, long term perspective © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 2
    • 3. E-Governance-The Road Ahead contd.. • Frameworks available from SI’s or application vendors which are built on open standards • SI’s and technology partners develop practice based on open standards • As a preference for open standards many of the Egovernance initiatives look for an enterprise – class open standard solutions that can meet their requirements at a price-tag well within their budget and low TCO. • EnterpriseDB and PostgreSQL perfectly fit the bill here . Our expertise allows EnterpriseDB to provide unparalleled 24x7 support, value packed software subscriptions, custom consulting engagements, and targeted training services for these egovernance initiatives. • Program support components which aim at creating the right governance and institutional mechanisms, core infrastructure, policies & standards and the necessary legal framework for adoption of e-Governance in the country 3 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 3
    • 4. Challenges in service delivery • Improving Public Services Delivery.Electronic Delivery of Services (EDS) Bill provisioning mandatory delivery of all public services in e-mode in next five years has been approved by the Union Cabinet on 20.12.2011 and introduced in Lok Sabha on 27.12.2011. Common Service Centres – There is a need for creating one delivery channel in certain areas like the provision of financial services. Local bodies must have a participatory role in public services delivery. The network of the common service centres for electronic delivery of public services in rural areas needs scrutiny. State Wide Area Networks - The State Wide Area Networks (SWANs) are already operational . State Data Centres - The State Data Centres have been made operational in 16 States. Security: A Prerequisite for Effective Governance After the economic liberalisation put India on a faster growth trajectory and brought the country greater international influence, internal security’s importance in economy had multiplied several times. Post-1990 economic growth has served as a catalyst for foreign investment, and the country now can ill-afford to lose that advantage on account of terrorist strikes and internal strife.A thorough reform of the legal and justice system, modernization of police/paramilitary forces, close coordination of intelligence agencies and infusion of technology in criminal and terrorism tracking methods are essential governance challenges that India faces in the internal security arena. Police reforms are urgent to enhance the functional independence of the forces and protect them from political interference, apart from reining in corruption. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 4
    • 5. Challenges in Service Delivery.. • e-District - e-District Pilot project has gone live in 12 States. Scheme for National Rollout of e-District MMP has been approved. Guidelines for National Rollout of eDistrict MMP has been finalized. Capacity Building (CB) - Under the CB Scheme, State e-Mission Teams (SeMTs) have been setup in 32 States and UTs. Over 1000 Government officials have been trained under Specialized Training for e-Governance Programme (STeP). The first Chief Information Officer (CIO) training for officers of Central and State & UT officials has started on 7th November, 2011. Standards – To ensure sharing of information and seamless interoperability of data and e-Governance applications, Policy on Open Standards, Biometric standards, Metadata and Data Standards, Localization and Language Technology standards, Network and Information Security, Digital Signature, Quality Assurance, Website Design Guidelines have been notified by DIT. • Mobile Governance - A Draft Policy on Mobile Governance has been formulated. Citizen Engagement and Social Media Framework - For wider and deeper participation and engagement with all stakeholders especially public at large, a Citizen Engagement Framework for e-Governance Projects has been developed. • Local bodies must have a participatory role in public services delivery. The network of the common service centre’s for electronic delivery of public services in rural areas needs scrutiny. VLE Concept to be promoted © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 5
    • 6. Challenges in Service Delivery • SMART GOVERNANCE : In defining decentralisation and effective governance, the concept of Simple, Moral, Accountable, Responsive and Transparent (SMART) governance is often discussed. It touches on all facets of modern administration that responds to public needs quickly. SMART governance puts premium on greater efficiency, community leadership, mobile working and continuous improvement through innovation. The concept revolves on using technology to facilitate and support better planning and decision-making. Through technology, SMART governance ensures that public services are delivered according to schedule without corruption and mismanagement. How can the concept be put into practice in India to bring the fruits of economic growth to the people? What will it do to usher in a new era of transparent and accountable administrative system? In which manner this concept could strengthen governance at the grassroots level? • Leveraging Technology:Information and communication technologies can play a significant role in building accountable and democratic governance institutions. In governance, the use of technology should not be seen as an end in itself but as a means to an end. The first component is data technologies that help evolve new dimensions of governance, procurement, health and commerce. The second component is e-governance. The Second Administrative Reforms Commission had asked the Central Government to implement e-governance in all sectors to tackle red tape and procedural delays. Yet, indicators used by the UN — online service availability, telecom infrastructure and human capital — point to the fact that India is below the world average for the composite index for e-governance.India badly needs a major initiative on electronic service delivery and e-governance.What is required is strategic application of knowledge and innovative use of available technology to provide governance services to all sections of society. This calls for visionary leadership and concerted efforts by central and state governments and civil society. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 6
    • 7. Challenges in service Delivery • Decentralisation and Participatory Democracy Decentralisation of power is the best way to improve the living standards of the people. It shifts the power back to grassroots level, including local administrations and communities. In India, much needs to be done to attain decentralisation and participatory democracy as proposed through 73rd and 74th Amendments to the Constitution for panchayati raj and urban local bodies, respectively. The progress made on this front so far has not brought the desire outcome as a majority of states have not stonewalled the process. One of the two key ingredients of strengthening local bodies is the devolution of functions, funds and functionaries related to matters listed in the Eleventh Schedule of the Constitution. The other is the enablement of their function of preparing and implementing bottom-up participatory plans for economic development and social justice. The decentralization of funds, functions and functionaries to local bodies has been unsatisfactory and there are capacity constraints at the level of panchayats and urban local bodies. These factors have adversely affected people’s empowerment development outcomes at the grassroots level. Clearly, the dynamics of decentralisation require a number of institutional reforms to make them more meaningful. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 7
    • 8. Challenges in Service delivery • Fiscal Consolidation, Subsidy Management & Targeted Subsidy Delivery The government is saddled with unviable levels of current account and fiscal deficits. The government aims to restrict fiscal deficit to 5.3 per cent of GDP in 2012-13 and reduce it further to 3 per cent by 2016-17. Fiscal consolidation requires action on multiple fronts: improved revenue collection, reduction of subsidies, stepped-up disinvestment and accelerated economic reforms.Most importantly, efforts must be made to realise the revenue budgeted under tax receipts, on the one hand, and to contain and economise both Plan and non-Plan expenditure, on the other. Subsidies require a second look. If the process of fiscal consolidation is to move along a clear road map, subsidies as a proportion of GDP must be brought down. In fact there is need for clear prioritisation as far as subsidies are concerned. If, for example, food subsidies can’t be pruned, the government must provide for them fully. But this will demand that other subsidies such as those on fuel and fertiliser are reduced substantially. However, the key question is the extent of subsidies. There must be clarity on it. A direct cash transfer mechanism that leverage modern technologies is an effective way for delivering subsidies. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 8
    • 9. Overhauling of the Government Procurement process • The current government procurement processes are opaque and riddled with corruption and waste. They are vulnerable to various kinds of unfair, anticompetitive practices like bid rigging or collusive bidding and public money worth thousands of crore’s are siphoned off every year. Better design of tender documents so that no room is given for anti-competitive practices. The overhauling should start with a framework for the analysis and evaluation of proposals to promote procurement in a selective, judicious and cost-effective manner. The processes should also ensure that adequate information on the financial and socioeconomic implications of procurement strategies are available to decision-making authorities. Competition must remain the bedrock of the government procurement process. • Fast-tracking Investments & Approvals For sustaining the high growth path, improving the foreign investment climate and increasing the absorptive capacity by bringing in the real sector reforms would be critical. The governance system must be improved to ensure that where investment approvals are still needed by the government, they are given speedily and transparently. At least in the case of large projects, an integrated view is required to be taken, as an integrated approval will help speedy implementation of projects. This is particularly true of projects in the infrastructure areas. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 9
    • 10. Overhauling Government Procurement process • Institutional Reforms & Capacity Building Notwithstanding the high growth and resilience of the services sector in the recent past, the sector faces multiple challenges for sustained growth over the years. A number of services, where India enjoys comparative advantage, experience lack of clear policy thrust. For instance, despite the high quality of healthcare services, it attracts a number of regulations. Similarly, in education, multiple regulation points and lack of credible accreditation systems hamper the growth potential. Given the medium to long-term contribution of investments on education and health to growth and productivity, availability of these services at affordable cost, while enhancing their global competitiveness, must form part of the priority in India’s development process. A number of services in India are either dominated by the government or not liberalised enough to ensure growth through organised private initiatives. Services like professional, legal, postal, accountancy and insurance need further liberalisation to harness their potential. • Pricing Natural Resources:Pricing of natural resources has become a controversial issue. In certain areas, competitive forces may not be adequate to determine price. In such situations, transparent mechanisms for fixing price must be followed which will be fair to producers and end-users.Allocation of natural resources involves complex technical, economical and social issues and depends on the nature and utility of the resources. The distribution of natural resources cannot be limited to one method-auction only; public interest has to be kept in mind. The price, the form and timing, and the type of proprietary interest are elements to be determined.Above all, allocation of natural resources should be based on transparency and fairness. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 10
    • 11. PostgreSQL: A Proven Track Record • Most mature open source RDBMS technology • Enterprise-class features (built like Oracle, DB2, SQL Server) • Strong, independent community driving rapid innovation Also, • Recognized for its transaction processing capabilities and performance across a wide array of query intensive and mixed load applications. • In development for over 25 years • Full ACID compliance and ANSI SQL compliant • Full relational integrity, MVCC, triggers, stored procedures • Extensive data type support including HSTORE and XML • Online Backup and PITR • Support for multiple procedural languages and highly configurable and extensible 11 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 11
    • 12. Postgres at a Tipping Point “the culmination of a build-up of small changes that effects a big change” --Malcolm Gladwell © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 12
    • 13. PostgreSQL: A Proven Track Record • Most mature open source RDBMS technology • Enterprise-class features (built like Oracle, DB2, SQL Server) • Strong, independent community driving rapid innovation 13 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 13 Fully ACID Compliant MVCC Point in Time Recovery (PITR) Data and Index Partitioning Bitmap Indexes ANSI Constraints Triggers & Stored Functions Views & Data Types Nested Transactions Online Backup Online Reorganization Foreign Keys Streaming Replication Multi-Core Support
    • 14. Postgres Tips the RDBMS Market 14 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 14
    • 15. Why? Big Technology Advances in PostgreSQL • Greater scalability—past 64 cores • JSON support • Index-only scans • Reduced power consumption • Cascading replication • Streaming replication • Synchronous replication • Range type support • More enterprise features on the way "NewsBlur, a social news reader, relies on Postgres for storing millions of sites and subscriptions. Solid and reliable for years," said Samuel Clay, founder of "We're on 9.1 now, and moving to 9.2 soon for the cascading replication alone; and it's been a pleasure since 8.4.” 15 © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 15
    • 16. Why? Platform Shift to Cloud 2 out of top 8 cloud DB’s featured in Forrester’s Wave Report provide PostgreSQL solutions © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 16 16
    • 17. The Postgres Dilemma: • Enterprises want to take advantage of the low-cost and robust capabilities of PostgreSQL, but… • Enterprises need the dependability, availability and resources provided by proprietary database vendors © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 17 17
    • 18. EnterpriseDB – Some Facts EnterpriseDB is the worldwide leader in providing database software, support, and services for PostgreSQL, the world's most advanced open source database. We support not only the PostgreSQL community, but also provide our Postgres Plus database server software that supplies Oracle compatibility, enhanced security, increased performance, and easier manageability. All at a cost that's 70-80% less than what you'll pay vendors for COMMERCIAL databases. • Founded in 2004, first product GA in 2005 • 200+ employees • Global presence with offices in North America; EMEA; India; ASEAN; APAC • 2,000+ customers across all market segments • Fast growing: 62% YOY sales growth in 2012 and Strong financial backing 18 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 18
    • 19. EnterpriseDB – Some Facts EnterpriseDB’s Postgres Plus solutions you get: • The industry’s most proven, secure, and feature rich open source OLTP database • Oracle features, including powerful PL/SQL development without the Oracle price tag • Language support and tools for today’s database developer that outpaces most other databases • Heterogeneous database connectivity, migration, and replication to/from PostgreSQL and many other RDBMS’s that are easy to set up and use • Cost savings that can’t be ignored 19 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 19
    • 20. Products and Services • PostgreSQL Community version – Open Source community version, downloadable • Postgres Plus Advanced Server – built upon PostgreSQL – Advanced performance features, Oracle features and tools, Oracle compatibility, Management tools • Postgres Plus Solution Pack – high value tools to make DBAs and Administrators work easier for improving performance, enterprise monitoring, software maintenance, heterogeneous data integration / migration, availability and security • Postgres Enterprise Manager – intelligently manage, monitor, and turn large number of Postgres database server enterprise-wide from an integrated graphic console • Postgres Plus Cloud Database – provision cloud based elastic PostgreSQL and PPAS databases (with Oracle compatibility) in single instances and read scalable clusters 20 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 20
    • 21. Products and Services contd.. Services and Training • RemoteDBA – helps you save on database administration costs without compromise. • Postgres Enterprise Manager Database Monitoring Setup - Protect your Data Availability and Database Performance Around The Clock • Oracle Migration – Contain cost and enable enterprise-rich features by migrating off Oracle to Postgres Plus • Training and Certification – DBA and Developer training, On-demand training; PostgreSQL certification © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 21 21
    • 22. Projects running on our support • Saarthi and Vaahan Application ( Transport) • Maharashtra Land records • Police (CIPA now CCTNS) • Public Distribution System (ePDS) • TN Health • Jharkhand VATIS • Courtis Application • Karmika Sankshema Nidhi Paryavekshana • APEXCISE • Department of Agriculture in Andhra Pradesh State • Rajiv Vidya Mission • Arogya (Rajasthan) • BARC © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 22
    • 23. Projects running on our support contd.. • eOffice • eHospital • CAIR • Marriage Registration • ULB • IMD-Agrimet • Pune-Police • SDC-Finance Megalaya • Rajasthan Edistrict • UPSC • ePanchayat • eProcurement • eDistrict © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 23 23
    • 24. Use Cases: NIC           ePDS - Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh, Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh UPSC - ePanchayat RTO - National Register and All State Registers eOffice – Prime Minister Office, DeitY, NIC & Various Central and State government implementations Sakhshar Bharat Finance - SDC Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh eHospital – AIIMS & RML in Delhi, NIMHANS & IGICH in Bengaluru Andhra Pradesh - Fishnet Real Craft, AP Beverages Corp Ltd, KSNP (Karmika Samkshema Nidhi Paryavekshana), Rajiv Vidya Mission Project Maharashtra - Marriage Registration, Land Records, ULB, I-Sarita, Sevarth, eParwana, Asset Management, Maharashtra Police © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 24
    • 25. Use Cases: State  Rajasthan: RajComp: RHSDP, RajComp: SDC, e-district, Arogya Online, RSRTC  Kerala: Kerala State Electricity Board, Kerala State IT Mission  Orissa: Orissa State Cooperative Bank  Madhya Pradesh: e-Procurement, MPSEDC © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 25
    • 26. Key Organizations:  Bhabha Atomic Research Centre: Material Management system and other internal applications  C-DAC- Hospital Management System – Migrated from Oracle  Nuclear Fuel Complex  DRDO- CAIR: Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics  Centre for Good Governance  National Stock Depositary Limited (NSDL)  Credit Information Bureau India Limited (CIBIL) © 2012 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 26
    • 27. Use Cases: about Volumes !  ● Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu Health System Project (TNHSP) - World's largest government healthcare implementation- The database and application provides both OLTP and reporting environment for more than 250 Govt hospitals and more than 1500 Primary Health Centers and serving transaction load of ~900,000 reads and writes. Database Size ~ 250 GB Haryana: Public Distribution System (ePDS)- A Smart Card based service to facilitates the supply of food grains and distribution of essential commodities to a large number of poor people through a network of Fair Price Shops at a subsidized price on a recurring basis. As a pilot, 1.5 lac families registered and Smart card distributed with 6.5 lac individual beneficiaries with ~250 Fair Price Shop in action. Database Size- ~ 2 TB © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 27
    • 28. Use Cases: TCS & EDB ● AERB- Atomic Energy Regulatory Board- Live ● CERC- Central Electricity Regulatory Commission- Live ● KRA- Kenya Revenue Authority - migrated from Oracle and set to golive soon. ● ULTIMATIX- Internal IT application ● Commercial Tax- Jharkhand- In Implementation phase. © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 28
    • 29. 29 29 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 29
    • 30. Applications built on Postgres © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 30
    • 31. Two Pronged Approach To Cost Control • Low Cost New DB’s • Migrating Existing Expensive DB’s © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 31
    • 32. License Creep & Cost Avoidance – We Can Help 300 250 200 C O 150 R E 50 S 100 0 YR0 YR1 YR2 YR3 Cost Avoidance: • Reduced renewal costs • Improved negotiating leverage • Lowered costs over time • All new apps on Postgres Plus • Convert existing apps over time opportunistically © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 32
    • 33. What Does Gartner Say? • The use of OSS is now broad and common in many other areas of software infrastructure (e.g., databases and application servers) • We continue to see an increase in usage in mission critical applications, especially given the added functionality and stability of new releases of both MySQL from Oracle and Postgres Plus from EnterpriseDB • For general, non mission critical use, especially in support of Web applications, OSDBMSs can be a good choice as they offer a lower total cost of ownership (TCO), a growing number of DBA tools, simplified installation and a solid expertise base • For all OSDBMS usage, always purchase support options from a vendor in control of the open source distribution. Do not use an OSDBMS for which support is offered only through the open source software community • As the maturity of OSDBMSs for use in mission critical applications and data warehouses grows, the cost savings from using OSDBMSs will increase • As tools become available to manage OSDBMSs, there will be increasing reductions in the TCO, primarily from the lack of license fees and lower maintenance costs. − Donald Feinberg, Gartner Analyst in Hype Cycle for Open Source Software 2012 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 33
    • 34. What do our customers say 34 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 34
    • 35. Case Studies © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 35
    • 36. Case Study: Global Systems Integrator • Top 10 Global System Integrators • Internal use taxation application replaced Oracle • Embedded DB deployment - Migrated Tax, Government and FSI applications from Oracle to Postgres Plus Advanced Server • Significantly lowered solution cost • Products purchased: − Postgres Plus Advanced Server Subscriptions − Oracle Migration Assessment • Key customer requirements: − − − − Price/Performance Oracle migration capabilities Scalability & reliability Comprehensive database technology roadmap • Other keys to success − Tech to tech alignment aligning our roadmap to theirs − Architecture review sessions of existing and new projects − Creative and flexible contracting approach © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 36
    • 37. Case Study: Federal Government Agency (ASIA) • Premier Science & Technology Institute of Government of India • National and state applications that store data on over 1 billion citizens (vehicle IDs, Postal Information, Visa tracking) • Products purchased: − Postgres Plus Solution Pack – enhanced tooling critical to their success − Onsite staffing • Key customer requirements: − Price/Performance − Product support options − Product tooling built and supported by EnterpriseDB (Postgres Enterprise Manager) − Comprehensive product roadmap and scalable product support • Other keys to success − Our ability to provide specific architecture recommendations for all existing and upcoming PGSQL deployments − Their ability to influence our product roadmap 37 − Our ability to help identify, architect, develop and support their open source stack with them © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 37
    • 38. Postgres Cost Savings Example Oracle vs. Postgres Plus Advanced Server Fantastic ROI when you move to open source-based technology • $1,706,673 of 3-year cumulative benefits by moving to EnterpriseDB PPAS on HP Integrity BL890c server blades • Return on investment of 271% • Internal rate of return: 101% • Payback period of 12 months Source: TCO/ROI Analysis with ROI Analyst from Alinean, Inc. © 2013 EnterpriseDB. Privileged and Confidential. All rights reserved. © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 38 38
    • 39. Ease of Migration from Oracle © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 39
    • 40. Migration Testimonials © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 40
    • 41. Oracle Compatibility © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 41
    • 42. Oracle Compatibility • Run applications written for Oracle virtually unchanged • No need to re-train Oracle DBAs and developers • Support for PL/SQL language and OCI interoperability • Replication for easy sharing of data • Dramatic Cost Savings • No Vendor Lock-in © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 42
    • 43. Database Migration Toolkit • Online Migration Toolkit enables point and click migration from Oracle • Automatically Migrates:       Data Schemas Stored Procedures Triggers Functions © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved.     43 Sequences Packages Views Database Links Synonyms
    • 44. Oracle Compatibility & Migration Strategies Strategy Benefits Develop/Deploy New LOB Applications  Significant cost savings for non mission critical systems  Leverages all existing Oracle skills  Very low risk Deploy Postgres Plus as Oracle Replication Server  Significant cost savings  Leverages Postgres Plus Replication Server  Leverages all existing Oracle skills  Improves transaction and query performance Migrate non Mission Critical Oracle Apps to Postgres Plus  Significant cost savings  Leverages all existing Oracle skills  Very low risk Migrate Mission Critical Oracle Apps to Postgres Plus  Biggest cost savings  Leverages all existing Oracle skills  Greatest deployment flexibility © 2013 EnterpriseDB. All rights reserved. 44 © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 44
    • 45. Shashank Thapliyal © 2013 EnterpriseDB Corporation. All rights reserved. 45