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Posted Jun 3, 2004

CA Stirs up MySQL's World

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From eWeek]

Imagine you're a little open-source database company from Sweden named MySQL. Things are going pretty good for you. Instead of competing directly with the RDBMS overlords, any of whom could squash you like a bug in terms of product features or market share, you're pushing the idea of lean, mean commodity databases that can do grunt database work without busting the bank.

Such a humble approach is indeed working for MySQL AB. Forrester recently surveyed 140 large North American companies on their open-source plans and found that MySQL's open-source database was high on respondents' project lists, with 52 percent of respondents reporting that they're using it or plan to use it.

The article continues at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1606451,00.asp



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