Charleston-based Crunchy Data Solutions released Crunchy MLS PostgreSQL last week, an open-source database system that supports multi-level security.
“Crunchy MLS PostgreSQL provides an innovative, open-source alternative to legacy relational database technologies," Crunchy CEO Bob Laurence said. "With this solution, mission-critical programs can benefit from the combined cost efficiencies of multi-level security and open-source software.”
Crunchy MLS PostgreSQL was developed to support the relational database requirements of the U.S. government’s Centralized Super Computer Facility. As development progressed, Crunchy personnel worked with Lockheed Martin personnel. The new database works in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5+ environment, ensuring that the solution met specialized security requirements and took full advantage of the newly powerful Red Hat environment.
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