PostgreSQL is one of the most advanced relational database systems fully supported and managed by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It handles both SQL (relational) and JSON (non-relational) queries. With a strong presence of over 20 years, it is supported by a large community. It is highly popular for its resilience and integrity, the reasons why it is used as a primary data source or data warehouse for web, mobile, analytics, and geospatial applications.
Its support for advanced data types makes it stand out while it is comparable to other commercial databases like Oracle and MS SQL Server in terms of performance optimization.
PostgreSQL is used in multiple domains for the advanced uses it offers. Let’s see for what purposes PostgreSQL is commonly used:
PostgreSQL is a highly advanced RDBMS that can handle both relational and non-relational querying. It has numerous advantages due to which this database management system is used across various industries. It is scalable in terms of data storage as well as concurrent user management.