Forrester just issued their Wave on Open Source Databases. It does a
very good job of comparing technical features. I think that you need
access to the site to review the data however, and I am not sure of the
"rules" about what I can disclose on a mailing list.
Do a search for "The Forrester Wave: Open Source Databases, Q2 2006".
It has a publication date of June 14, 2006 by Noel Yuhanna.
Derek M. Rodner
33 Wood Avenue, Second Floor
Iselin, NJ 08830
> I'm being asked to give a talk that includes database
> comparisons. None of my existing material contains this
> for a variety of reasons. (I made up my mind > 10 years ago.)
> Is there any high level public database comparisons that I can work
> from without getting redirected to the gotchas pages.
> Help would be appreciated. If I rework anything I'll make it
> available to the source and public.
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