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07-18-2006, 04:50 AM #1
MySQL compare to ORACLE and Ms. SQL Server
I'm new in MySQL, I want to know, comparing to ORACLE and Ms. SQL Server how good is MySQL?
How many data can be accept by MySQL?
How about the data size? is it can be use for enterprise level?
07-18-2006, 09:53 PM #2
Re: MySQL compare to ORACLE and Ms. SQL Server
For a breakdown on DB2, MSSQL Express, MySQL, and Oracle, check http://www.builderau.com.au/architect/database/soa/Road_test_Four_databases_tested/0,39024547,39224962-7,00.htm.
I've not seen any review that weren't slanted to one party or the other. MySQL's Top Ten Reasons are http://www.mysql.com/why-mysql/toptenreasons.html
I'm a Linux user and I don't have any experience with the others, but price would have to be of some consideration with me.
$0 per processor and unlimited users without support ($600 ~ $5000 with support per year)
$20K per processor + $4K for support per year + $90 per user per year.