In 2011, the top five database vendors—Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, and Teradata—owned 91 per cent of DBMS revenue. By 2016, that number was down to 86.9 per cent. Although that doesn’t seem like a precipitous drop, the database market is worth …
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