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Technical Perspective: One Size Fits All: An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone

Beginning in the early to mid-1980s the relational model of data has dominated the DBMS landscape. Moreover, descendents of the early relational prototypes have become the primary commercial relational DBMSs. As such, the basic architecture sold by the commercial vendors is more than two decades old.

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