I have been developing .Net applications with MS SQL Server as the backend for a long time now. The company that I work for has grown in size and with it, the COST of SQL Server licenses has alos grown. Is continuing to develop in .NET, but switching to MySQL as the backend, a viable solution to eliminating the huge licensing cost of SQL Server?
Will I see a decrease in performance using MySQL?
What will the downfall/pitfall be in switching to MySQL?
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