Comment from: Razeen  

What are the different between commrecial & non commercial for DBMS

04/27/09 @ 09:31
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Commercial seems to have come to mean that one must pay to use the product; non-commercial is the opposite: the product is free for use. Open Source of course, means that one has access to the source code, and depending upon the license, certain rights and responsibilities associated with that access and any changes to the source code that one might make. There are commercial open source products and non-commercial closed source or proprietary products. Postgres is about as open and free as they come. MySQL is dual-licensed. Take a look at the side bar for open source databases, data warehousing specific DBMS, and supporting companies and communities. Take a look at what can be downloaded and what must be purchased and you’ll get a feel for commercial open source, open core and completely F/LOSS DBMS.

04/27/09 @ 09:51
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