On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 4:01 PM, Shawn McKenzie <nos...@mckenzies.net>wrote:
> Stan Stadelman wrote:
> > Hello All:
> > I'm trying to see how Web Edition databases are being used in your
> > for PHP-driven web-apps. Our strategy team thought that free and
> > editions would be dominant, but we interviewed Zend Framework developers
> > using Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and it looks
> > like--surprise--that each vendors' market share is about the same as in
> > broad commercial market.
> > We think this means that you--the PHP developer community--aren't
> > using the lightweight Web/Express Edition for your corporate web-app
> > deployment, and instead are building out on the licenses for databases
> > company is already running.
> > Is the Express/Community/Web Edition important for you at work? Is it a
> > critical sandboxing step for you? Do you run it live for internal
> > applications?
> > Answering these 10 multiple choice questions--should take about 90
> > seconds--will help us understand what databases you need in your
> > professional life, and how to deliver them to you.
> > Happy cooking, and thanks!
> > http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Jro0rkoIGJKuQNpfWZV_2bBQ_3d_3d
> What exactly are, Express or Web Edition databases?
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