The State of Open Source Databases

在开源数据库行业,这是一个令人兴奋的一年,有更多的选择,更多的云,以及行业中的关键变化。在主题演讲中,Percona的Peter Zaitsev将深入探讨去年的关键发展,包括最重要的开源数据库软件版本、云本机解决方案在多供应商多云世界中的重要性、安全挑战的新临界性,以及他对开源软件产业的发展,以及一项新的开源数据库调查的有趣的新结果。


1. The State of Open Source Databases Peter Zaitsev, CEO Percona


3.What a Year! Huge changes for Open Source and Open Source databases

4.RedHat Acquired by IBM Image Source:

5.Open Source Corporate Activity Elastic and Pivotal complete IPOs Mulesoft Acquired for $6.5bn, GitHub for $7.5bn MongoDB tripled its market up in 2018 $7.7bn Cloudera and Hortonworks merge to form Hadoop powerhouse

6.Open Source Software Traction Source:

7.Unicorns Changing from Open Source Licenses MongoDB changes Software License to SSPL (Server Side Public License) Elastic, Confluent, and Redis Labs releasing some components with Source Available License

8.Cloud and Open Source Should Software Are Open Source Are Cloud Providers Vendors be able to Software Users abusing Open maintain DBaaS interests are the Source software? Monopoly? same as Vendors ? How should Cloud Providers be compelled to contribute to Open Source?

9.Are you ready to share the pie ? Do we want to create a bigger pie, or have it all to ourselves?

10.Open Source is a Strategic Priority 69% of respondents say Open Source is of strategic importance to Enterprise infrastructure 68% of respondents increased Open Source Software usage over the last year 59% of respondents will increase usage further in the coming year Source:

11.Top Databases Only Open Source databases are showing growth! Source:

12.PostgreSQL Database of the Year and Proprietary Database Migration Target of Choice

13.Reasons to Adopt Open Source Databases The top three reasons to adopt Open Source databases:

14.Fears of Open Source Technologies The main fears when adopting Open Source database technology:

15.Self Support ● 64% of respondents rely on self-support when running Open Source database technology ● Only 36% use external support

16.License Preferences Source Available Permissive Licenses licenses are are the most considered closer to preferred by proprietary licenses respondents than Open Source

17.Relational Databases are Still Rocking it ● 97% of respondents use Open Source Operational Relational Databases ● 48% of respondents use Search Engines ● 37% of respondents use Document Databases

18.Public Clouds ● 50% of respondents are now running databases in the public cloud ● 70% of that 50% are using AWS

19.DBaaS ● 38% of all users who responded run some databases in a DBaaS environment. 74% of those are on AWS ● Amazon RDS is still twice as popular as Amazon Aurora for both MySQL and PostgreSQL

20.Multi-Cloud ● 38% of companies large companies (with more than 5000 employees) are adopting multi-cloud strategy

21.Market Trends

22.DBaaS is Winning Hearts and Minds Operational Convenience Agility simplicity

23.Multi-Platform Using Multiple Public Cloud Providers Private Clouds on premises Deployments on the Edge

24.Cloud Native Kubernetes emerges as de-facto standard Supported everywhere Allows you to build the next generation of databases Get some DBaaS benefits without vendor lock-in

25.Security, Privacy, and Compliance Executives are now paying attention Laws and regulations are getting teeth around the world Many serious data breaches

26.Record Start to 2019 for Database Breaches Source:

27.Insider Mistakes are the Leading Cause Source:

28.Not If, But When? Source:

29.To Sum It Up Continuing Growth of Open Source Database Adoption Increasing Tension between Users and Vendors Increasing Concerns of Cloud Vendor Lock-in and Costs Increasing Demands for Simplicity, Scalability, Security Kubernetes as New Hope