Why Crunchy

Accelerate Innovation with Crunchy Certified PostgreSQL.

Crunchy Data is a leading provider of trusted open source PostgreSQL technology, support and training. Crunchy offers Crunchy Certified PostgreSQL 9.5, the most advanced pure open source RDBMS on the market.

PostgreSQL’s active development community, proven architecture and reputation for reliability, data integrity, and ease of use make it a prime candidate for enterprises looking for a robust relational database alternative to expensive proprietary database technologies. By avoiding expensive, up-front, database licensing costs, enterprises can consider many more database instances and innovative application architectures than they have been able to in the past.

But, lower cost is just the beginning. Expertise, Reliability and Integrity are essential ingredients. Crunchy Certified PostgreSQL 9.5 is backed by Crunchy’s Secure Enterprise PostgreSQL Support capable of supporting the most secure customer environments. Crunchy Data also offers PostgreSQL professional services and training from leading PostgreSQL experts. In addition, Crunchy Certified PostgreSQL includes innovation-enabling PostgreSQL extensions such as PostGIS for geospatial data types, multi-level security for the most secure operations, and support for linux containers and cloud-native architectures. Crunchy customers can expect the cost saving benefits of a true open source database with the functionality and security that Enterprises have come to demand.

Crunchy’s mission is to help organizations accelerate innovation and drive success by leveraging the most advanced and cost-effective open source object-relational database platform as the foundation for their application infrastructures.

Our Commitment to Open Source

Crunchy is committed to building the PostgreSQL Community. Crunchy commits to contribute all core PostgreSQL database enhancements it develops to the PostgreSQL Global Development Group. The result – Crunchy’s customers can have confidence that the PostgreSQL enhancements that they have come to rely on will always be available on a free and open source basis and supported by an active development community.