I just finished reading an excellent post about Hybrid column/row-oriented DBMS schemes by Daniel Abadi. I will not say much about it, because I think the best will be for you to read it. One thing I can say about it is that as a Microsoft SQL DBA it is very interesting to know where Microsoft may be heading with the new SQL Server releases. Dr. David DeWitt talked about the subject during his keynote at the 2009 PASS summit. You can find the post at http://dbmsmusings.blogspot.com/2009/09/tour-through-hybrid-columnrow-oriented.html. Enjoy the post, I sure did. Let me know what you think about it.
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