Teradata and the other big relational db products (vertical, greenplum, etc) are all _analytical_ databases, designed for small amounts of complex queries, where adding new data to the system takes minutes if not hours. They are completely unsuitable for running a live application against.
No idea where you got that particular piece of misinformation.
> they probably just didn't want to bring on the wrath of lawyers for trademark infringement.
FreeBSD jails predate Solaris zones by five years.
I guess you missed the 9000 posts where chromactic replies to any perl6 thread with the logic that "we have monthly builds, therefore perl6 is out and you _can_ program in it."
the mind boggles.
I've been getting messages like these for several days.
BYTE editors are people who separate the wheat from the chaff, and then carefully print the chaff.