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EnterpriseDB, an open source data management platform provider, has been bought by private equity firm Great Hill Partners for an undisclosed sum.The Postgres specialist (a relational database management system that supports both SQL and JSON queries) has approximately 4,000 global customers.It has reported growth of 40 percent-year-on-year and has experienced 37 consecutive quarters of subscription growth, the company said in a release.The acquisition comes amid an ongoing shakeup in the database software market, driven by a surge in data generation and use.IDC estimates the market to be worth $98 billion by 2023.Great Hill Partners specialises in mid-market growth companies, with 50 in its portfolio.
Google today announced that it has partnered with a number of top open-source data management and analytics companies to integrate their products into its Google Cloud Platform and offer them as managed services operated by its partners.The partners here are Confluent, DataStax, Elastic, InfluxData, MongoDB, Neo4j and Redis Labs.The idea here, Google says, is to provide users with a seamless user experience and the ability to easily leverage these open-source technologies in Google’s cloud.That’s because Google’s move here is clearly meant to contrast its approach to open-source ecosystems with Amazon’s.There are some signs that this is changing, but a number of companies have recently taken action and changed their open-source licenses to explicitly prevent this from happening.That’s where things get interesting, because those companies include Confluent, Elastic, MongoDB, Neo4j and Redis Labs — and those are all partnering with Google on this new project, though it’s worth noting that InfluxData is not taking this new licensing approach and that while DataStax uses lots of open-source technologies, its focus is very much on its enterprise edition.