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In evolution, dbSQWare constantly integrates new database engines, new releases and new features.
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Increase efficiency with a complete and consistent view of your entire database.
1 year ago, I made my first appearance on LinkedIn as a mascot of dbSQWare!
My goal is to make you discover the activity of the company, its software and the world around it.
With posts sometimes technical, sometimes events … Business posts or lighter posts …
And many of you have reacted to these writings and have exchanged on subjects that are close to my heart.
But the story has only just begun … This is why, I hope that this new year which begins will be even richer in writing, ideas and sharing.
Thank you all for your contribution and see you soon!
Here is a small overview of the 11 types of database engines supported by dbSQWare.
The RDBMS (Relational database management system):
– Oracle is the most popular on UNIX / Linux.
– DB2 LUW is the version of the distributed system of the Mainframe engine.
– SQLServer, developed by Microsoft, is mainly deployed on Windows.
– Teradata is a historic RDBMS with colossal storage capacities.
– Sybase, acquired by SAP, is the former market leader.
– Ingres, dating from the 80s, has been Open Source since 2004.
– MySQL is the most popular Open Source RDBMS
– and PostgreSQL, the most advanced Open Source RDBMS.
– Cassandra has a column-oriented organization.
– MongoDB, which is a document-oriented organization, is the most popular.
– The version of Adabas Linux is accessible by natural language.
The dbSQWare team wishes you all a happy new year 2020!
With a special thought for all our users and subscribers who trust us and follow us for more than 10 years.
It is thanks to you and it is for you that our software continues to evolve. In order to best meet your needs and expectations.
Thank you for your loyalty, 100% renewed every year!