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  • Give it a look - I think having MQL grafted unto a RDBMS could be a pretty interesting solution for these problems. link by Lukas Kahwe Smith @ 12/04/2010 10: 04 CEST

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  • Give it a look - I think having MQL grafted unto a RDBMS could be a pretty interesting solution for these problems.

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  • Availability of storage options other than RDBMS which is expected to be optimized for cloud

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  • Schemas and Dimensional modeling, along with ETL tools and techniques (ideally Informatica) and worked with a variety of data sources such as RDBMS and OLAP.

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  • Interviews at top tech companies « Systems Engineering and RDBMS

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  • RECOMMENDATION: This should be changed to "Operating Systems" and the mention of specific brand names in "Introduction to Programming" and "RDBMS" should be dropped.

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  • Plenty of new features in iPhone 3G S « Systems Engineering and RDBMS

    AT&T’s New Network May Not Help Your Old iPhone

  • The new Enterprise Architecture is going to be “several” RDBMS Point applications – like core manufacturing systems, servicing (billing, CRM etc) and your Enterprise wide single version of truth (master data) in a Parallel DB like vertica or Simple DB or some variant of Hadoop.

    MapReduce vs. SQL: It’s Not One or the Other

  • If your intention was to “raise the discussion about RDBMS compared to flatter models” then perhaps you should have actually addressed that in your piece.

    Is Memcached a Good or Bad Sign for MySQL?

  • But the scalability challenges are well-known, and as the Internet has morphed from millions to billions of records, many believe the heavyweight nature of an RDBMS approach, and the constraints it imposes, might well be replaced with a number of more lightweight alternatives.

    Is Memcached a Good or Bad Sign for MySQL?

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