The Oracle database is set to become the new standard for database systems in the coming months.
Oracle announced on Tuesday that it had rolled out the Oracle Database Upgrade 4.0 (ADU 4.1), a new update for PostgreSQL that includes support for Postgres 9.5, and Oracle has announced that it is also adding support for Oracle Database 10.1.
Oracle has also rolled out Oracle Database Database Server 10.2, a new release for Postgis 9.6.
Oracle also announced on Monday that it has rolled out a new version of the PostgreSQL driver, the Oracle Driver Manager.
Oracle Database Server will be available on both the Oracle and PostgIS platforms.
Oracle Database Server is a lightweight, cross-platform, full-featured, and feature-rich software system designed to meet the requirements of database, operating system, and application developers, architects, and system administrators.
The Oracle Database is built on top of the high-performance PostgreSQL 9.1 and Postgres 8.1 architectures and supports data centers from around the world.
The PostgreSQL database is also built on a new, open-source, high-level language, the Java® Object Notation (JSON), which enables a complete range of new database, data access, and query features.
The Oracle Database Driver Manager is a complete solution for managing the database and its data access.
It supports multiple database types, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and Cassandra.
Oracle provides a comprehensive set of driver and runtime tools for database-based applications, including SQL, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL.
Oracle has partnered with IBM to provide Oracle Database drivers for the IBM® System/360®, IBM® Systems™-V, and IBM® SuperServer® platforms.
Oracle will continue to develop driver- and runtime-enhanced PostgreSQL software products, including PostgreSQL Server and PostGIS Server.
The software releases will continue as planned.
Oracle and IBM also announced new database enhancements for PostGis 9 and 10.
The driver-supported Oracle Database 9.8 and PostGs 10.4 are now available to download from Oracle’s website.
The Driver Manager software will be automatically downloaded and installed on all supported Postgres versions when they become available.
The new driver updates for Postgs 9 and10 also include a number of performance enhancements.
The drivers are now faster and more responsive, and the performance of SQL and PostgeSQL queries can be increased by up to 30%.
The driver is also better integrated with other Postgres databases.
PostgreSQL 10.0 and Postgs 8.3 are also now available for download from the Oracle Software Downloads page.