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What is the difference between MySql and MsSql?

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Both are DBMS's Product Sql server is an commercial application while MySql is an opensouces application.Both the product include similar feature,however sql server should be used for an enterprise solution ,while mysql might suit a smaller implementation.if you need feature like recovery,replication,granalar security and significant,you need sql server


MySql takes up less spaces on disk, and uses less memory and cpu than does sql server


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mysql is an open source whereas ms sql is closed source.


mysql can be used without paying any amount but in case of ms sql, as it is not open source developer can use it only after procuring the liscence.


my sql requires less disk space whereas ms sql requires more disk space.


my sql can be installed in linux and unix but ms sql does not work in linux and unix.


performance of my sql is more as compared to ms sql.


my sql does not contain management tools based on GUI whereas ms sql provides management tools based on GUI.



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