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Ingres VectorWise goes GA, open source by end of year

Jun 09, 2010, 15:48 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Free evaluation binaries of Ingres VectorWise are available to download for 64-bit x86 Linux. Currently, the core technology of VectorWise is closed source. The H asked Emma McGratten, SVP of Engineering at Ingres, when we could expect to see an open source version of the technology; she says the company is on course to deliver an open source version by the end of this year. McGratten also pointed out that all the supporting database infrastructure was already open source in the form of the existing Ingres database offering and that any improvements to that would automatically be integrated with Ingres / VectorWise. Ingres 10 is due to make its transition from open community development to enterprise with the release of a beta of Ingres 10 for enterprise later this month."

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