To all who has been an SQL Server Administrator, up to how much size of data can SQL Server 2008 support? I was asked by a Company for which is best to support large scale of data SQL Server or Sybase?
Which of the two is more powerful? I mean, in performance.
quote:..We built an online catalog of the SDSS data as a Web-accessible database, along with visual tools to analyze the data (SkyServer.sdss.org). The result is a SQL Server™ database with approximately 14 billion rows. It gives full GUI and SQL access to the SDSS data
After Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says W T F ....
I know MySpace.com used SQL Server...which would be fair to say is large scale. And I'd go for SQL Server on the basis of it being far easier to get qualified people. Don't know much about licensing costs for Sybase but I would guess they are in the same ballpark.