IS TeaFiles and DiscreteLogics a decent cheaper alternative to SQL Server 2014 with market data internal memory for time series analysis?

(Last Updated On: February 19, 2014)

IS TeaFiles and DiscreteLogics a decent alternative to SQL Server 2014 with market data internal memory for time series analysis? It is obviously more affordable for most people as well.

This was spawned by a comment at

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/02/automated-trading-system-debate-of-internal-memory-database-vs-relational-database-like-sql-server/

This works with all the popular programming languages like C#, C++, Python, R, and Matlab. Exciting as it is quite affordable as well.  It is obviously more affordable for most people as well.

http://discretelogics.com/

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