Customer Case Studies
Companies around the world trust Crunchy Data for their enterprise Postgres needs
With customers in over 140 countries, SAS software is used by 91 of the top 100 companies on the 2019 Fortune 500 list. Find out how SAS standardized on Crunchy Data's Postgres for Kubernetes.
IBM needed a Postgres database partner for handling persistent product configuration data that met enterprise-grade requirements for their clients. To that end, IBM selected Crunchy Data's Postgres for Kubernetes platform.
A Canadian bank used Crunchy High Availability for PostgreSQL to decrease database provisioning time, along with gaining the ability to automate, standardize, and deploy the environments through infrastructure as code.
Rival IQ needed to control costs on their cloud Postgres services. Read about how Crunchy Bridge improved performance and operations.
Sitel Group needed a long term, enterprise PostgreSQL service partner to support current and future endeavors and trusted Crunchy Data and our High Availability Postgres solution to meet "always on" data requirements critical to business continuity and success.
Calibre was looking to move away from Heroku to reduce risk. They wanted something at least as good at Heroku, with all the features and developer tools. They even tested Amazon RDS. Read about why they chose Crunchy Bridge for best-in-class cloud Postgres.
Kalibre offers IT solutions across many Australian industries and chose Crunchy Data PostgreSQL for cost and performance. Read about their migration from closed source database what they have to say about the move.
The Danfoss team needed to decide on a new database to store sensor data from thousands of supermarkets located all over the world. Read about why they chose to work with PGO, the Postgres Operator from Crunchy Data.
Nifty's was strugging with cost and management on Amazon Aurora. Read about their cost savings and experience on Crunchy Bridge.
Anagraph wanted a fully managed database with all the geospatial extensions. Read about why they chose Crunchy Bridge over other managed cloud providers.
Brandscope struggled with managing their database on Amazon RDS. They moved to Crunchy Bridge for better support and better performance. Read about their experience.
World Wide Techology
WWT is adopting open source technology in their modernization effort. They reviewed a wide variety of platforms to get feature parity with proprietary databases. Read about their adoption of Crunchy Postgres for Kubernetes and how it compares to Oracle.
Uscreen worked with a young artist to create an illustrated migration story. Follow along these fun drawings as they research moving from Heroku to GKE and select Crunchy Bridge as their Postgres provider.
Missive was struggling with CPU usage and IOPS. Find out about their easy migration to Crunchy Bridge and their big performance boost.
CareRev wanted to migrate Postgres from Heroku. They looked at Amazon RDS and chose Crunchy Bridge for the support team and simplicity. Not only do they have a better overall database experience, their costs are down 10% and performance is up 40%.