Microsoft VS. Oracle! Will That Ever Happen?

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Sticking with a tried a true plan of bleeding out the profits from your competition, this years CIDR 2011 Microsoft researchers presented a scale-out database architecture that may be able to do what SQL could not to Oracles bottom line and actually be able to provide a solution to businesses dealing with huge enterprise jobs that currently only Oracle RAC and IBM DB2 can handle.

The 5th annual "Innovative Data Systems Research Conference", Microsoft Presents a Serious Challenge to Oracle

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