August 24, 2008

My current customer list among the data warehouse specialists

One of my favorite pages on the Monash Research website is the list of many current and a few notable past customers. (Another favorite page is the one for testimonials.) For a variety of reasons, I won’t undertake to be more precise about my current customer list than that. But I don’t think it would hurt anything to list the data warehouse DBMS/appliance specialists in the group. They are:

All of those are Monash Advantage members.

If you care about all this, you may also be interested in the rest of my standards and disclosures.

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3 Responses to “My current customer list among the data warehouse specialists”

  1. MapReduce sound bites | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on August 25th, 2008 8:01 pm

    [...] Thursday, both Greenplum and Aster Data — the two most recent of my numerous data warehouse specialist customers — both told me of the same major innovation. Both were rushing to announce it first, before [...]

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    [...] и Aster Data, два самых последних из моих многочисленных клиентов – поставщиков систем для хранилищ данных, сообщили мне об одной и той же новинке в их продуктах. [...]

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