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Cast Your Vote for Best Overall Database in the DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards


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The Nominating period has ended and voting is now open in the 2014 Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards – so it’s time to cast your vote for Best Database Overall.

There are 40 nominees in this category, ranging from newcomers to seasoned veterans, open source to proprietary, relational to NoSQL, on premise to cloud.

Check out the nominees listed in alphabetical order below and cast your vote today! You can vote for as many or as few of the nominees as you choose.

Vote here.  (Voting closes on May 23.)

  1. Actian Ingres
  2. Aerospike
  3. Basho Riak
  4. Cassandra (DataStax)
  5. Clustrix
  6. CodeFutures
  7. Continuent Tungsten
  8. Couchbase
  9. Enterprise Postgres Plus Advanced Server
  10. FairCom c-treeACE
  11. FoundationDB
  12. GenieDB
  13. FoundationDB
  14. IBM Cloudant DBaaS
  15. IBM DB2
  16. IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration
  17. IBM Informix
  18. InfiniteGraph
  19. InterSystems CACHE
  20. MarkLogic
  21. MemSQL
  22. Microsoft SQL Server
  23. MongoDB
  24. NuoDB
  25. Objectivity/DB
  26. Oracle Database
  27. Oracle MySQL
  28. Oracle NoSQL
  29. ParStream
  30. Percona Server
  31. Pivotal SQLFire
  32. PostgreSQL
  33. Rocket Software UniData
  34. Rocket Software UniVerse
  35. SAP Sybase ASE
  36. SAP Sybase IQ
  37. Splice Machine
  38. Teradata Active Data Warehouse
  39. TransLattice
  40. VoltDB

In addition to Best Database Overall, there are 30 additional categories in the DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards.  With more than 300 nominees, the list of products and services spans tried-and-true providers of long-established products as well as new and groundbreaking approaches. This is your opportunity to give credit where it is deserved. The DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards are unique in that the winning products and services are chosen by you—the people who actually use them.

Winners will be revealed in an upcoming special section on the DBTA website, and in the August 2014 edition of Database Trends and Applications Magazine.

Vote now!


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