Vendor lock-in warning over in-memory databases

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EXASOL's Aaron Auld warns over legacy database vendors' bloated architectures
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EXASOL's Aaron Auld warns over legacy database vendors' bloated architectures

Oracle "bigger, slower, and more memory intensive", warns rival EXASOL

Oracle and other major database providers are bidding to use the introduction of in-memory databases to lock customers into their legacy database systems, while also using their hold over customers to...

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