Who Will Win the Database Wars? The Traditional “Big Three”: Oracle, Microsoft and IBM vs Everybody Else

This is the third installment in the Who Will Win the Database Wars series which analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition. In addition to this comparison, the series also includes the following competitive assessments:

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Who Will Win the Database Wars? Relational vs NoSQL Database Models

This is the fourth installment in the Who Will Win the Database Wars series which analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition. In addition to this comparison, the series also includes the following competitive assessments:

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Who Will Win the Database Wars? Open Source Vs Commercial Database Systems

This is the final installment in the Who Will Win the Database Wars series which analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition. In addition to this comparison, the series also includes the following competitive assessments:

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Who Will Win the Database Wars?: Cloud Vs On-Premises DBMS

Introduction

This article series analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition.  Each post will focus on a particular battlefield in the database wars, which allows readers to quickly navigate to the competitive analysis that they are most interested in.  This first installment of the Who Will Win the Database Wars series provides a competivite analysis of cloud and on-premises architectures.

In addition to this comparison, the series also includes:

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