IvorySQL - An Open Source Oracle-compatible Database Based on PostgreSQL
Grant is a Canadian resident and the founder of Highgo Software North America, where he leads the company's PostgreSQL development team consisting of members from both North America and China. In addition to his role at Highgo, he serves as the secretary of the International Consultant Committee for the PostgreSQL China Association and is the Organizer & Asia Liaison at PostgresConf.
Prior to his current position, Grant worked for over a decade at Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia), where he gained extensive experience in high availability, real-time telecommunication systems, database technologies, and Unix/Linux programming.
Under Grant's leadership, the Highgo team recently announced the release of the first version of IvorySQL, an open-source database that includes Oracle compatibility features built on PostgreSQL. IvorySQL can be accessed at IvorySQL.org.
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There are many users who need to migrate their applications from Oracle to the open source Postgres, but in order to support the new database, users often need to re-develop the application, which is inconvenient. If there is a database based on Postgres and compatible with most Oracle syntax and functions, it will be too convenient for customers. However, the official Postgres project will not accept this kind of code submission. After all, Postgres is Postgres, and Oracle is Oracle.
So, let's make an Oracle compatible database.
This talk will introduce how to make a database compatible with Oracle syntax based on PG, and introduce the IvorySQL project. This project is an open source project (Apache 2.0) led by Highgo Software and currently has released version 1.2 based on PostgreSQL 14.2.
Welcome everyone to contribute to this open source Oracle compatible database - IvorySQL, powered by PostgreSQL.
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- PostgresWorld Webinars 2022
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