SQL Server vs MySQL vs Postgresql: Which One Is the Best

SQL Server

SQL Server is a relational database management system, or RDBMS, developed and marketed by Microsoft. Similar to other RDBMS software, SQL Server is built on top of SQL, a standard programming language for interacting with the relational databases. SQL server is tied to Transact-SQL, or T-SQL, Microsoft’s implementation of SQL that adds a set of proprietary programming constructs.

Advantages of SQL Server:

  • Streamlined Installation;
  • Great Security Features;
  • Enhanced Performance;
  • Low Cost Of Ownership.

MySQL

MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Oracle that is based on structured query language (SQL). MySQL is integral to the most popular software stacks for building and maintaining everything from customer-facing web applications to powerful, data-driven B2B services. Its open-source nature, stability, and rich feature set, paired with ongoing development and support from Oracle. Internet-critical organizations such as Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Wikipedia, and YouTube all employ MySQL backends.

Advantages of MySQL:

  • Data security;
  • On-demand scalability;
  • High performance;
  • Round-the-clock uptime;
  • Comprehensive transactional support;
  • Complete workflow control;
  • The reduced total cost of ownership;
  • The flexibility of open source.

Postgresql

PostgreSQL is a powerful, open-source object-relational database system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads. PostgreSQL has earned a strong reputation for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity, robust feature set, extensibility, and the dedication of the open-source community behind the software to consistently deliver performant and innovative solutions. PostgreSQL runs on all major operating systems, is ACID-compliant, and has powerful add-ons such as the popular PostGIS geospatial database extender.

Advantages of Postgresql:

  • Supports the locking mechanism;
  • Has high availability;
  • Free and open-source software;
  • ACID-compliant;
  • Has the capacity for fault tolerance;
  • Supports image, video, audio storage and also supports graphical data;
  • Requires low maintenance;
  • Supports Multi-version concurrency control (MVCC);
  • High recovery;
  • Has user-defined data-types;
  • Table inheritance;
  • Runs on all operating systems.

Follow the guide below to learn more

https://jelvix.com/blog/mysql-postgresql-sql-server

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CEO at Jelvix | Global Technology Partner for Software Innovation and Industry-Leading Solutions https://jelvix.com/

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