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Command Prompt Unveils Around the Clock PostgreSQL RDBMS Support

Posted on Feb. 9, 2005

Gresham, OR (PRWEB) February 9, 2005 -- Command Prompt today announced that PostgreSQL users now have the best managed services and support for PostgreSQL the market can buy -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The program, which is an extension of the successful line of Managed Services offered by Command Prompt, allows any user of PostgreSQL to call Command Prompt, Inc. any time, any day and receive the support they need.

In its simplest form, a customer has incident-level support 24x7. Other forms of Managed Services are available such as time and material support, support/programming, and long-term contracts. Other products from Command Prompt, Inc. include Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator.

PostgreSQL is the world's most reliable and extensible Open Source database. Unlike its primary Open Source competitor it is truly ACID-compliant and offers features such as triggers, stored procedures, domain constraints, Point-in-Time Recovery, and an open development model.

Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator is an asynchronous replication system designed to be WAN- and fault-tolerant. It is fully compatible with the community PostgreSQL distribution. Unlike other replication solutions, Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator is part of the database and does not require triggers or additional sql modifications for use. Replicator uses a distributed transaction log system to keep track of updates produced by a master database. The system allows for multiple slaves to receive updates in either continuous or batch mode.

Command Prompt, Inc. provides support, custom programming, and services for PostgreSQL. Service contracts, as well as time and materials support are available, allowing for single-point accountability for a customer's database solution.

For more information, please visit Command Prompt, Inc. at http://www.commandprompt.com

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