SQL Server Other Solutions Considered

reviewer1389651
Certified Adjunct Faculty, School of Engineering and Computing at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
MySQL as a database is sufficient for the scale of the projects that I've been talking about for ht purposes we have currently. PostgreSQL, which I do not personally know very well, is something else we looked at. It's a matter of the scale, generally. When I'm teaching, I'm probably the only member of faculty teaching actual database design in our school of engineering. We only would work on something that I call prototyping. Nothing that would reach for the responsibility of becoming our actual production database. View full review »
Aju Mathai
Database Architect at Huron Consulting
From my perspective, the two vendors for this are Microsoft and Amazon (AWS). They are working on making it better with every release, compared to Oracle Db2 and IBM. View full review »
reviewer1359642
Sr. DBA/Developer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
I'm not sure if we would have looked at something else or what it might have been. If there was research and a comparison was done, that would have been a decade ago. It's been a long time. View full review »
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MD.SIHAB TALUKDAR
System Engineer at ASA Bangladesh
We are currently searching for other products to replace this one with. View full review »
Lei Liu
DBA´╝îdata architectuire at LGCNS CHINA
No, I have to accepted it View full review »
reviewer1030020
Programmer Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
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