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Moved to general discussion, you'll get a better response here.


As far as "cloud" solutions, I'd stand by the statement that no single service is the same, and all have their own specific usescases tied to them. It all depends on your own personal interests and plans. For example, Dropbox v. Evernote have been discussed ad nauseam on this board, but in reality the two have very very different real-world applications, though both are part of the wave of cloud services hitting the market.

The site you link though appears to be a cloud sql database product though. I'm not sure that's anywhere in the same realm as DB/EN/othercloudstuff debate.


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