tdglobal teams up with EDB to offer PostgreSQL technology and services

New partnership to help companies uncover hidden pockets of budget to increase innovation power.

EDB Logo primaryToday tdglobal announced a partnership with EDB for the BeNeLux and DACH region. The partnership will help customers uncover innovation budget, which is often hidden in their database estates. EDB’s enterprise-ready PostgreSQL database, tools and services compliment tdglobal’s existing Insight™ solution for SAP Sybase and IBM Informix & DB2.

Johan van Kampen, Managing Director Europe at tdglobal states: “The world has changed and so will enterprise database strategies. Customers are looking for budget to innovate and we help our customers find pockets of cash that are often hidden in databases due to past decisions. Our partnership with EDB for PostgreSQL therefore is a purposeful and logical step for tdglobal.”

Where customers are innovating with new applications, PostgreSQL is often the database of choice. Cost control, performance optimization, flexibility and the highest support SLA’s are drivers for customers that the tdglobal and EDB partnership offers as standard. tdglobal is the only database entry point on the market for the most common databases in terms of managed services, software licenses, support and cloud migration, supported by unparalleled expertise.  

Key benefits:

  • Cost reduction of databases from 30% to 35% annually
  • Increased SLA and highly experienced data experts to minimize risk
  • Cloud migration to Google, Microsoft and AWS

“As companies continue to see the benefits of open source software for cutting costs and increasing innovation, it’s important to connect them with commercial vendors with the knowledge and resources to support their projects,” said Mike Coffield, Vice President, Global Channels and Alliances for EDB. “Our partnership with tdglobal is a great opportunity to bring our technology and expertise to companies who are looking to scale their use of Postgres for enterprise applications but need help doing it.”