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One response to “Relational Databases: Gradually, then Suddenly?”

  1. Markian Jaworsky

    It’s almost the pot calling the kettle black, but Teradata points out that SAP HANA cannot succeed long term because the cost of in-memory computing is not falling as fast as the volume of data is increasing. Perhaps Teradata is planning on releasing a no-SQL version of its own data warehouse in the future? I agree with you entirely Vinnie, the share price trend of no-SQL database MongoDB is to relational databases, what bitcoin is to banks.