NTT (it's a group of companies) uses both EDB Postgres Plus products and the community PostgreSQL. For the EDB's, EDB people know our utilization, and I will not mention that here. For the community PostgreSQL, I know we are using versions of it at about 150 sites. Unfortunately, for many of them I do not know how it is used in detail. Also, I cannot say words involved in our customers' matter. I may say something for the technical stuff, however, if you want (and of course if I know).
> On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 11:05 AM, Sean Crowley
> <sean(dot)crowley(at)enterprisedb(dot)com> wrote:
>> NTT may not be on that list because they are an EnterpriseDB customer and
>> they are using Postgres Plus Advanced Server not the community PostgreSQL.
> That makes sense. But should Yahoo be even be listed then, since
> their fork of Postgresql is even more drastic than EnterpriseDB's?
> Also, NTT seems to be heavily invested in the community version since
> they're participating in the development of some of its nicer
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