And we have been hard at work since my last post.  Demand for Postgres has been overwhelming.  I said in my first blog, we will only be limited by capacity, not opportunity. Upon reflection, that seems like an incredible grasp of the obvious.

We were very well received at the MySQL User’s Group meeting in Oracle’s NYC Headquarters.  If you missed it, you can watch the event here.  They even gave away some cool Sun Microsystems Logo collector’s items!

For those J2EE, Red Hat, and JBoss fans in the crowd, EnterpriseDB helped push their ISV Certifications over the 500-count mark.   Further solidifying that Postgres is the database of choice for Java developers.

Today, EnterpriseDB and NTT announced the open source project: Postgres-XC (eXtensible cluster).  Learn more about it by attending our very own Mason Sharp’s and NTT Kiochi Suzuki’s joint technical session at the Postgres Conference 2010 on Friday, May 21 at 4:30 p.m. ET.  I am heading up to the conference early tomorrow morning just in time to help host the PGCon 2010 Major Social Event! Please join us if you are in Ottawa.