> Now the journalist had a question I wasn't able to answer and I think
> would be a nice addition to the press FAQ collected by Josh: what large
> (i.e. reknowned) applications support PostgreSQL in fields such as ERP,
> CRM, CMS, etc.? And the journalist didn't mean more Open Source stuff,
> but commercial applications. I suppose he was looking for signs of
Well, OpenMFG (www.openmfg.com) was built on PostgreSQL. So was Hyperic.
Pretty much everything else is a custom application for some company; our
inclusion in large, proprietary software is still a ways off, except maybe in
> By the way, what is it exactly that Hyperic's software does? I coulnd't
> get past the marketese stuff on their web site (please, Hyperic guys on
> the list, don't take offence).
Hyperic is a modernized, more economical alternative to Tivoli and other
enterprise server room management utilities. It lets you track multiple
statistics and events for multiple servers running a half-dozen different
operating systems through a web interface.
Aglio Database Solutions
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