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Aug 7 2007   8:55AM GMT

EnterpriseDB announces GridSQL for EnterpriseDB Advanced Server



Posted by: ITKE
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This morning Oracle-compatible database company EnterpriseDB announced the availability of GridSQL for its advanced server.  According to the press release, the software enables OLAP apps to use clusters of commodity servers while appearing as a single database to the applications.

Using grid technology allows app developers to create new apps and run them as if they were on a single server.

EnterpriseDB will be demonstrating GridSQL for its advanced server at booth 1302 at LinuxWorld.

For more information, check out the EnterpriseDB Web site.

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  • ITKE
    Nearly Free or Not, GridSQL for EnterpriseDB is Simply Better Than Real Application Clusters. It is Shared-Nothing Architecture After All! According to this businesswire.com piece, EnterpriseDB made quite the splash at LinuxWorld San Francisco 2007 by introducing a clustered version of EnterpriseDB called GridSQL for EnterpriseDB. It’s no surprise that a product based on open source...
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    This is soooo weak. They bought a single developer that made a java front end called Extenddb that doesn't even work.
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