The PostgreSQL Foundation is a non-profit organization, controlled by its members, established to promote and support PostgreSQL, the world's most advanced and powerful open-source RDBMS (Relational Database Management System). The PostgreSQL Foundation does not in any way control the development of the PostgreSQL project; rather its purpose is to encourage people to use PostgreSQL, and to promote it through advocacy, including providing support materials for those in conventions or events. We encourage donations from individuals and companies.

About PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is the most advanced open source database system in the world. Many organizations, from large corporations to small online businesses, from government institutions to independent software vendors, have implemented PostgreSQL to handle their most valuable data and mission critical applications.

A few of PostgreSQL's advantages over other database systems are:

With over a 16 year development history, one of the strongest development communities in the world, and a global reputation for high quality software engineering, PostgreSQL gets the job done and with no hassles.