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Database of the Year 2017: the PostgreSQL deserves to win

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The DB-Engines website has announced PostgreSQL as the 2017 Database Management System of the Year.

DB-Engines says PostgreSQL is more popular than any of the other 341 database management systems monitored in its 2017 database rankings. Therefore, it has been decided to declare PostgreSQL as the DBMS of the Year for 2017.

Calculations are obtained based on the difference between current (January 2018) scores and January 2017. The final results represent the popularity a product gained in 2017.

DB-Engines publishes database popularity data by monthly tracking (looking at multiple factors including jobs, search engines, changes in trends, etc., see here for the data basis for the rankings). The chart below shows the current popularity of the 341 databases monitored, with DBMS of the Year PostgreSQL ranking fourth among them, with a total score increase of 55.81 points (+17%) compared to January 2017, outperforming all other database management systems.

For the full rankings, check out:

DBMS of the year: PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL 10 was released in October 2017, and the release brought a number of noteworthy improvements in addition to significant performance improvements, such as logical replication using a publish-and-subscribe based mechanism, declarative table partitioning, improved query concurrency, a stronger SCRAM-SHA-256 password-based authentication mechanism, and improved monitoring and control features.

First place for DBMS of the year went to PostgreSQL, with Elasticsearch and MariaDB in second and third place, respectively. With Elasticsearch increasing by 16.38 points (+15%) and MariaDB increasing by 13.26 points (+29%) in 2017, it is interesting to note that MariaDB's big brother MySQL dropped by 66.58 points (-6%) in 2017.

Congratulations to PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, and MariaDB on a great 2017!

Past DB-Engines DBMS of the Year Winners.

2017 Database Trends

Oracle, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server Their scores have dropped, but they still undeniably lead the DB-Engines rankings

Time series database management systems are the strongest growing databases. In 2017, they saw impressive growth in results, increasing by around 70 per cent

The popularity of cloud-based database management systems has further increased and is a recognized alternative to On-Premises Database Management System (on-premise DBMS) installations.

The full trend chart can be found here:


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