451 Research MySQL/NoSQL/NewSQL survey

I’ve just launched a new survey that should be of interest if you are currently using or actively considering MySQL or any of the NoSQL or NewSQL offerings

The aim of the survey is threefold:

– identify trends in database usage over time
– explore changing attitudes to MySQL following its acquisition by Oracle
– examine the competitive dynamic between MySQL and other database technologies, including NoSQL and NewSQL

There are just 12 questions to answer, spread over four pages, and the entire survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete.

All individual responses are of course confidential. The results will be published as part of a major research report due at the end of Q1. Thanks in advance for your participation.

The survey can be found at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MySQLNoSQLNewSQL

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#1 451 Research MySQL/NoSQL/NewSQL survey | MySQL | Syngu on 01.19.12 at 1:28 am

[…] I’ve just launched a new survey that should be of interest if you are currently using or actively considering MySQL or any of the NoSQL or NewSQL offerings The aim of the survey is threefold: – identify trends in database usage over time – explore changing attitudes to MySQL following its acquisition by Oracle – examine the competitive dynamic between MySQL and other database technologies, including NoSQL and NewSQL There are just 12 questions to answer, spread over four pages, and the entire survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete. All individual responses are of course confidential. The results will be published as part of a major research report due at the end of Q1. Thanks in advance for your participation. The survey can be found at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MySQLNoSQLNewSQL    MySQL Read the original post on Planet MySQL… […]

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