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Posted Sep 23, 2004

Comparing Sybase ASE database to MS SQL, PostgreSQL

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From LinuxWorld]

Is Sybase targeting MS SQL or PostgreSQL or both? That's what developers and DBAs have been asking themselves after last week's big announcement by Sybase that it has released a free (as in beer) version of the Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) database - which Sybase claims is the first free Linux enterprise-class database for production use.

When last week Sybase launched a free version of their flagship database for Linux, Sybase ASE Express Edition for Linux, developers naturally stopped to take a look since many are permanently on the qui vive for an alternative to Microsoft SQL Server.

The article continues at http://www.linuxworld.com.au/index.php/id%3B1731207273%3Bfp%3B2%3Bfpid%3B1



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