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As the article states, the developers of SQL recognised that ‘‘ I’ll help out here.

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My first multi-billion row Teradata table is over 20 years old and still alive and well at a retail bank.

A 100 billion row telco CDR table is over a decade old and runs on a parallel Postgre SQL system. The rational behind attempts to ditch legacy SQL databases is neatly summarised: ‘.’ The likes of De Witt & Stonebraker know a thing or two about this stuff and were early nay-sayers.

What worked for Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Linked In doesn’t necessarily translate to the mainstream – this doesn’t make it bad tech. Out in the real world, SQL is the answer for most analytic applications for most folks most of the time, plain and simple.

If you believed the hype and ‘Hadoop’ didn’t turn out to be your silver bullet, don’t blame the Big G for sharing their thoughts or others for building/promoting ‘shiny & new’.

To this day I can clearly remember the relief (sorry Grace). One of the first things we do here at VLDB when we have a yearning to set up a database on a cloud platform is to develop an understanding of disk input-output (IO) performance.

It seems a certain section of the IT community is going through a similar realisation: if you want to play with data, SQL was, is, and should be the default starting place. For databases in particular, we are specifically interested in random read performance.

SQL is very deeply embedded in every single organisation I’ve encountered since the late 1980’s. There is simply too much sunk cost and too little benefit in trying to ditch SQL. We’ve had scale-out Teradata MPP systems chomping on SQL since the 1980’s, and newer MPP & SQL players like Netezza & Greenplum for over 15 years.

A low industry profile doesn’t mean something doesn’t exist.

Some of us were already scaling out (admittedly expensive) MPP systems running SQL databases as early as the 1980’s.