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MySQL began as a company-owned open source project to deliver low cost, easy to manage RDBMS technology to the masses. Today, there is a wide variety of companies offering complementary technologies, and more than a few offering variant distributions based on MySQL. All these are celebrated at Percona Live!, the MySQL user conference sponsored by a company that offers one of those variant distributions, but also supported by its competitors, including Oracle. At this year’s conference in San Jose, California, this analyst focused on two products offering variant MySQL technologies aimed at the analytic-transaction processing (ATP) space; DeepSQL and MemSQL.


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