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Posted Oct 19, 2010

Ingres Database 10 Enhances Migration and Performance

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Ingres Database 10 enables easy migration, through newly added features, to Ingres from proprietary databases such as Oracle, Microsoft, and Sybase. Also supported are multi-versioning, performance, column encryption, partitioning, and fast bulk loading.

"Over the past year, we've seen a great deal of merger and acquisition activity in the database space, resulting in customer concerns about the fate of the impacted database technologies," said Roger Burkhardt, CEO at Ingres. "Ingres Database 9.3 showed our commitment to delivering an easy migration path to a more reliable and stable product. Ingres Database 10 delivers new features that continue to make it even easier to migrate away from over-priced and unstable platforms."
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