Josh Berkus wrote:
> Also, I am concerned about the focus on MySQL as our "only competitor".
> Frankly, I have never regarded MySQL as our primary competitor; that
> spot is reserved for Microsoft SQL Server. Especially with the death
> of SQL Anywhere, Postgres and MS SQL are the two major databases in the
> transaction/vertical application space for the budget-minded business
> (although MS SQL is considerably less budget-minded than it was a year
> When we've crushed MS SQL, then it's time to take on Oracle and DB2.
I think Oracle is our main competitor. We seem to get more people
porting from Oracle than any other database, and our feature set matches
there's most closely.
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