Carlo Daffara

Dear Joseph, many thanks for your kind words. We plan to release updated version of the guide and catalog; at least two additional editions will be produced within the framework of the project, and we hope to receive enough interest to create a community to help in the writing and maintenance process (eventually we will migrate to a wiki-like structure if enough people joins).
The catalog is oriented towards SMEs with a focus on complete products, and so we have not included tools like jPivot. We will include Ingres in the next edition, along with some more tools for BI; as for SAPDb, it is not specifically designed for OLAP or BI, but does provide very good self-tuning properties that make it a good all-purpose, enterprise level DB.

12/13/07 @ 07:11
Asia Business Advisor

Great stuff Carlo, Roberto and Pamela! This is what many, many SMEs (especially shoe-string operations) do need. Keep up the good work.

01/06/08 @ 07:34
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