A powerful, open source object-relational database system
Companies using PostgreSQL
How PostgreSQL is being used
  • Drillist.com

    #<User:0x000000001d7ae0a0> Drillist.com

    Primary DB

  • Pathwright

    #<User:0x000000001b654238> Pathwright

    Postgres is the primary data store for Pathwright.

  • Simple Merchant

    #<User:0x000000001d6e6e88> Simple Merchant

    Used as the datastore for all of our Rails applications.

  • Zinc

    #<User:0x000000001e091b18> Zinc

    We use PostgreSQL to store most of our data.

  • Brounie SA de CV

    #<User:0x000000001dd73558> Brounie SA de CV

    Very simple and efficient database

  • Packet

    #<User:0x000000001b486e38> Packet

    PostgreSQL is our main data store for all relational data. It comes with a build in key-value store and integrates well with other areas of our platform.

  • Ca6kmffwwaashvt

    #<User:0x000000001c462690> MOCI

    RDBMS 가 필요한 경우 모두 postgresql 을 사용합니다. 신뢰성 있고, 안정적이며, 오픈소스입니다.

    데이터베이스의 앞에는 pgbouncer 라는 connection pooler 를 사용합니다. 어플리케이션 서버에서 데이터베이스에 연결하는데 1ms 대가 소요됩니다.

  • InstaGIS

    #<User:0x000000001ab06200> InstaGIS

    Relational database for our business

  • NowKash

    #<User:0x000000001b827d58> NowKash


  • Kalibrr

    #<User:0x0000000011b55868> Kalibrr

    PostgreSQL is our main datastore, and we make judicious use of its fantastic features: JSON columns, recursive CTEs, streaming binary replication, triggers, and constraints, among others.

  • Publitory

    #<User:0x000000001695b008> Publitory

    Enterprise level database for all needs.

  • SmartLogic

    #<User:0x00000000169283d8> SmartLogic

    When we need to keep data in a safe place, we turn to PostgreSQL. Not only is the software rock-solid, but new versions add amazing features like JSON support that give us the best of both worlds: SQL and NoSQL.

  • Sweazer

    #<User:0x000000001686de70> Sweazer

    Backend database

  • AppFriend

    #<User:0x00000000145eef98> AppFriend

    Relational data storage

  • DeliciousDB

    #<User:0x00000000145a00f0> DeliciousDB

    We support Postgres databases so that developers can interact with their data.


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