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Posted Aug 14, 2006

Snakes on a database

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From InfoWorld]

I’m not above cheap tricks or tawdry pop-culture references to draw attention to an important story, like our review of DB2 9.1, aka "Viper." This just-released update to IBM’s database takes a radical, groundbreaking approach to native XML data storage.

Meanwhile, there’s another debut this week: Snakes on a Plane (SoaP), a movie whose Net-generated buzz has plunged filmgoers into a giddy froth. Now, what does a B movie have to do with an enterprise-class database? Not much. But I intend to ride this flimsy pretext as far as it will go. Herewith, the 10 things that DB2 9.1 and SoaP have in common:

The article continues at http://www.infoworld.com/article/06/08/14/33OPeditor_1.html?source=rss&url=http://www.infoworld.com/article/06/08/14/33OPeditor_1.html

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