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Difference between PostgreSQL and Teradata
  • Last Updated : 29 Jun, 2020

1. PostgreSQL :
PostgreSQL is a powerful, open-source Object-relational database system. It provides good performance with low maintenance efforts because of its high stability. PostgreSQL was the first DBMS that implemented multi-version concurrency control (MVCC) feature.

2. Teradata :
Teradata is an RDBMS that is produced by Teradata Corp. And it is used to manage large data warehousing operations. Teradata Corporation is a provider of database and analytics-related software, products, and services. It accepts the number of requests from multiple client applications.



Difference between PostgreSQL and Teradata :

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1It is developed by PostgreSQL Global Development Group in 1989.It is developed by Teradata Corp. in 1984.
2PostgreSQL server operating systems are FreeBSD, HP-UX, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, OS X, Solaris, Unix and Windows.Teradata server operating systems are Linux, hosted.
3The primary database model for PostgreSQL is Relational DBMS.The primary database model for Teradata is Relational DBMS.
4It is a open source software framework.It runs world’s largest commercial databases.
5Famous companies like National Audubon Society, Inc., FreshRealm, LLC, TIME Systems etc uses PostgreSQL.Famous companies like Cognizant, Capgemini, aws, Cisco, Citibank, etc use Teradata.
6It do not support In-memory capabilities.It support in-memory capabilities.
7It provides us with Immediate Consistency method to ensure consistency in a distributed system.It also provides us with Immediate Consistency method to ensure consistency in a distributed system.
8It supports Master-Slave Replication.It supports both Master-Slave Replication and Master-Master Replication.
9It supports C, .Net, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Ruby.It supports C, C++, Cobol, Java (JDBC-ODBC), Perl, PL/1, Python, R, Ruby.
10It provides access rights for users and roles.It provide fine grained access rights according to SQL-standard.

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