PostgreSQL is a well-known open-source relational database, and its motto states what the project intends to be: the most advanced open-source database in the world.
The main qualities that attract masses of new users every year and keep current users enthusiastic about their projects are its rock-solid stability, scalability, and safeness, as well as the features that an enterprise-level database management system provides.
But PostgreSQL is not just a database; it has grown to be a whole ecosystem of extensions, tools, and languages tied together by communities spread around the world.
PostgreSQL is an open-source project and is fully developed in the open-source world. That means that there is no single entity in charge of the project and the result is that PostgreSQL is not a commercial product. In other words, PostgreSQL belongs to everyone, and...