The core of the PostgreSQL object-relational database management system is available in several source and binary formats.
Pre-built binary packages are available for a number of different operating systems:
The source code can be found in the main file browser or you can access the source control repository directly at git.postgresql.org. Instructions for building from source can be found in the documentation.
There are source code and binary packages of beta and release candidates, and of the current development code available for testing and evaluation of new features. Note that these builds should be used for testing purposes only, and not for production systems.
2ndQuadrant Unified Data Analytics (2UDA – pronounced tudor) is a data analytics application suite that unifies databases, spreadsheets, data mining and visualisation in one seamless desktop installer. Once installed, 2UDA gives users access to the dramatic data visualisation and data mining capabilities of Orange, utilizing the latest big data features of PostgreSQL, as well as the spreadsheet function of LibreOffice Calc.
'LAPP', 'MAPP' and 'WAPP' (Linux/Mac/Windows + Apache + PHP + PostgreSQL) stacks are available from BitNami.
There is much software available that is not bundled with PostgreSQL. The Software Catalogue offers a listing of many commercial and Open Source applications, interfaces and extensions to PostgreSQL that you may find useful.
If you wish to have your product listed in the catalogue, please fill out this form.
You can download most of the software we publish from a mirror site using our File Browser.