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Database Design News, Issue #44- New concepts in physical database design
March 31, 2008
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New and interesting concepts in physical database design


New and interesting concepts in physical database design

There was an intersting thread about column databases versur the well-known ones, by forum member Mueller. So I did my best to answer him, and then Andy from Vertica (the vendor in discussion) chimed in as well.

In the future I will try to get other vendors coming in with their thoughts as well.

For now, I think this will be a good and fun read for you about the relational DB model and how it can be impremented in a completely new was.

Enjoy, and have your turn posting your arguments for/against it, as it will most likely be a valuable/controversial resource to you!

Here it is:

http://forum.databasedesign-resource.com/viewtopic.php?t=184

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