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The System/R project and its SQL database language were well-chronicled in technical journals during the 1970s. Seminars on database technology featured debates on the merits of the new and heretical relational model. By 1976, it was apparent that IBM was becoming enthusiastic about relational database technology and that it was making a major commitment to the SQL language. The publicity about System/R attracted the attention of a group of engineers in Menlo Park, California, who decided that IBM s research foreshadowed a commercial market for relational databases. In 1977 they formed a company, Relational Software, Inc., to build a relational DBMS based on SQL. The product, named Oracle, shipped in 1979 and became the first commercially available relational DBMS. Oracle beat IBM s first product to market by a full two years and ran on Digital s VAX minicomputers, which were less expensive than IBM mainframes. The company aggressively sold the merits of the new relational style of database management, and eventually renamed itself after its flagship product. Today, Oracle Corporation is the leading vendor of relational database management systems, and a major vendor of enterprise applications based on the Oracle database, with annual sales of many billions of dollars. Professors at the University of California s Berkeley computer laboratories were also researching relational databases in the mid-1970s. Like the IBM research team, they built a prototype of a relational DBMS and called their system Ingres. The Ingres project included a query language named QUEL that, although more structured than
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SQL, was less English-like. Many of today s database experts trace their involvement with relational databases back to the Berkeley Ingres project, including the founders of Sybase and Illustra (now owned by IBM), and many of the object-oriented database startup companies. In 1980, several professors left Berkeley and founded Relational Technology, Inc., to build a commercial version of Ingres, which was announced in 1981. Ingres and Oracle quickly became arch-rivals, but their rivalry helped to call attention to relational database technology in this early stage. Despite its technical superiority in many areas, Ingres became a clear second-place player in the market, competing against the SQL-based capabilities (and the aggressive marketing and sales strategies) of Oracle. The original QUEL query language was effectively replaced by SQL in 1986, a testimony to the market power of the SQL standard. By the mid-1990s, the Ingres technology had been sold to Computer Associates, a leading mainframe software vendor.
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While Oracle and Ingres raced to become commercial products, IBM s System/R project had also turned into an effort to build a commercial product, named SQL/Data System (SQL/DS). IBM announced SQL/DS in 1981 and began shipping the product in 1982. In 1983, IBM announced a version of SQL/DS for VM/CMS, an operating system that was frequently used on IBM mainframes in corporate information center applications. In 1983, IBM also introduced Database 2 (DB2), another relational DBMS for its mainframe systems. DB2 operated under IBM s MVS operating system, the workhorse operating system used in large mainframe data centers. The first release of DB2 began shipping in 1985, and IBM officials hailed it as a strategic piece of IBM software technology. DB2 has since become IBM s flagship relational DBMS, and with IBM s weight behind it, DB2 s SQL language became the de facto standard database language. DB2 technology has now migrated across all IBM product lines, from personal computers to network servers to mainframes. In 1997, IBM took the DB2 cross-platform strategy even farther, by announcing DB2 versions for computer systems made by Sun Microsystems, HewlettPackard, and other IBM hardware competitors. IBM made another major stride in its cross-platform strategy in 2001, when it acquired Informix s database business, and especially Informix s installed base on non-IBM UNIX-based servers. According to most industry analysts, IBM is the second-largest vendor of database management software, and some user surveys actually placed it first, slightly ahead of Oracle in market share.
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