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3 August 2015
While Amazon as DBMS provider cannot compete in popularity with Oracle, Microsoft or IBM, nor with the leading open source solutions such as MySQL, PostgreSQL or MongoDB, they are a significant market force when it comes to hosted DBMS solutions.
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