On 03/07/2016 01:43 PM, Josh berkus wrote:


Once SQL Server is available on Linux, we're going to see more people
using it as an alternative to PostgreSQL.  Especially since they're
picking up a lot of our better features, like R support.

Yes but:

1. MSSQL is not going to magically run well on Linux. It was never designed to run on a *NIX platform and it long left the parts that would (Sybase) in the dust.

2. This is actually good for us. It validates our primary deployment platform. Why run a closed source MSSQL when you can get Open Source PostgreSQL on the same platform major platform?

3. Competition is good when we have it, our community steps up.

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