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D. Henschen
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3/10/2014 | 10:05:02 AM
Great report, but the market is more dynamic today
Excellent coverage of all things database. And, yes, the most popular databases of 10 years ago are still market leaders today, but Netezza and Greenplum were just getting the ball rolling on what is now a diverse MPP database market. And the NoSQL and NewSQL markets didn't even exist as we know them today (even though key value stores were kicking around). Maybe it's a matter of a glass-half-empty vs. glass-half-full perspective, but I do see the current database market as disrupted if you consider what's growing and where the trends are leading. 
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