PostgreSQL is one of the most popular and widely adopted open-source databases on the planet. And developers love PostgreSQL for its reliability and the ability to get started quickly, easily, and cost-effectively.
However PostgreSQL is based on legacy single-node architecture, and as your data grows, the performance quickly starts to deteriorate leading to sluggish event-to-insight response times, as well as rising costs.
A number of customers are upgrading from PostgreSQL (and their commercial variants) to a modern, distributed SQL database such as SingleStore to drive performance by 20x-100x, to improve the customer experience for their SaaS offerings, while lowering costs. Whether you are scaling transactions, analytics, or both, you can utilize SingleStore to drive application performance.
Hear directly from Ant Money, and one of the rising stars in embedded finance on their journey migrating from PostgreSQL, along with a live demo on how to migrate to SingleStore.
Benefits and challenges with PostgreSQL architectures
Why Ant Money migrated from PostgreSQL to SingleStore
Case study of the Ant Money journey, use case, and lessons learned
Live demo on how to migrate from PostgreSQL