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Is their a RDBMS for the Macintosh Operating System. I am looking for something similar to Microsoft SQL Server for Mac. Ideally something that would interface with Microsoft Office for Mac.
How does Amazon.com use database management systems?
Is "in-memory"processing a reality? I am researching the viability of IMDS (IN-MEMORY DATABASE SYSTEM). RDBMs is rapid failing its ability to storage the data receive. This is just in the discussion stage. I am looking for evidence that is a viable possiblity in today's business world.