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At the top of every screen is a pair of buttons labeled “Try” and “Buy” (Figure 1.4).  If you press the Try button you will be led to the download page.  If you have not registered, you will be prompted to do so when you start the download.

Figure 1.4: Try and Buy

If you press the Buy button you will be led to a page wherein you can immediately purchase a basic or premium subscription. 

If you are considering EnterpriseDB for production or even production testing, you should always choose the General Availability release for your platform. 

If you are a developer who wants to see what is coming in future releases, you can download the beta version, if any are available.

The download will be a GZipped tar file in Unix/Linux and a Zip file in Windows.  After you download it, you can extract and run the setup program.  Chapter 2 will walk through installing the software in both Linux and Windows.

Components of EnterpriseDB

EnterpriseDB  is comprised of five main components:  The EnterpriseDB Database Server, The EnterpriseDB Remote DBA Management Server, EnterpriseDB Replication Server, the EnterpriseDB Migration Toolset and the EnterpriseDB Developer Studio.

EnterpriseDB Database Server

As I have mentioned, the EnterpriseDB database is based on the PostgreSQL open source database.  The database has been extended to support the EnterpriseDB Superset Procedural Language (SPL) which gives EnterpriseDB its language syntax compatibility with PL/SQL.

The bulk of the remainder of this book will cover using, administering and programming with the database server.

EnterpriseDB Remote DBA Management Server

The EnterpriseDB Remote DBA Management Server is the tool of choice to keep up with what's happening in your databases.  Even though it has Remote DBA in the name, this is a tool many developers will want to use. 

This tool is somewhat the equivalent of Oracle's Enterprise Manager.  It's a bit leaner with a bit less functionality.  It works with local and remote databases and lets you monitor, configure and tune applications.

I will cover the Remote DBA Management Server in great detail in chapter 6.

This is an excerpt from the book "EnterpriseDB: The Definitive Reference" by Rampant TechPress.

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