Why I go with SQL Server over Oracle as a backend data for Windows? Where does MongoDB NOSQL for Linux fit?

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Why I go with SQL Server over Oracle as a backend data for Windows? Where does MongoDB NOSQL for Linux fit?

I made this video to explain it faster forcing you to read bad typing

As for MongoDB, I am planning to run something like this in a Linux environment for the number crunching component for enhanced speed.  I will  use the SQL Server as total repository for redundancy as well to serve up the front end components like charting. I could even leverage a Hadoop/HDInsights environment since it is free with this potential Syncfusion. The SQLServer layer is not as critical for speed as compared to the Linux end.

I want to make this as easy as possible with the smallest amont of coding. Honestly, I could easily go through the Matlab Simulink option with FPGA if I want absolute but I already got that workflow worked out.

Just saying and thinking.

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