Microsoft SQL Server vs MySQL vs PostgreSQL: What are the differences?
MySQL is the most popular amongst the relational databases and is a widely used one too. Offers a fully-managed database service for Google Cloud platform and is a scalable database with high availability and security at no extra cost. PostgreSQL is a fully managed and scalable relational database with high availability and security built in at no additional charge. It is a fully managed database service for the Google Cloud Platform. Is better in query optimization and query execution as compared to MySQL. Postgres has a storage engine which is suitable for INSERTand complex search applications such as data mining. Microsoft SQL Server developed by Microsoft has multiple editions with different feature sets and user profiles. It has some fantastic features like SQL server on Linux, resumable online index build, machine learning services, query processing improvements, and much more.
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