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Story: LXer Feature: Interview with Marten Mickos CEO of MySQL ABTotal Replies: 0
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Nov 10, 2005
10:32 AM EST
Quoting:Q.If you see your natural market as the range SQL Server is now aimed at, small medium business and departmental installations, can you match their ease of administration? If not what is the salient argument for such companies to install MySQL over the competition? Since you are primarily aimed at the market willing to pay for your enhancements and support, do you see any advantage in offering a MySQL product that will undercut MySQL server from below?

The last MySQL should be read as SQL Server. This was checked with a representative of the interviewee and there was no misunderstanding of the intent. Moreover, the answered was phrased in a manner that almost made the textural content of this question irrelevant.

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