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Posted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 12:05 AM
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Nice article, David!

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Microsoft is WAY behind the curve on this topic, and PDW will take at least another 18 months or so to be anywhere close to where it should be. Oracle Exadata is doing very well in the marketplace I think, although I think part of that is very aggressive sales and marketing tactics.

It is definitely a tough problem to solve, but I think PDW will get there eventually. The Datallegro IP (and people) they acquired are good.


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Posted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 7:34 AM
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Very informative article. Thanks Dave for compiling it, thoroughly.

I am sure my current company / project would not be using it in near future. But, still good to have knowledge of storm before it hits the shore.


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David,

This is definitely an excellent, thought-provoking article. Thanks!


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This provides an excellent overview of the current MPP situation, thank you for providing it.

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Thanks for the article.



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Posted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 11:58 AM


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Absolutely a great article and good guide to pertinent questions. Thanks for sharing!

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Great article David,

I'm currently using Neteeza Twinfins two process some heavy analytics and was very interested to hear about the SQL server MPP offering. Do you have any first hand experience with the new product and do you have knowledge of the hardware requirements?
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Posted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 3:18 PM
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Great overview - thanks.
...This discussion could also include open source platform choices, particularly with shared nothing architectures.


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