Shifting to Sybase or uDB2?

Hi All, I have been working in Software Industry since 7 years now. I had worked mostly on Database programming and designing which includes SQL Server and Oracle. Now, I am getting break in IT department of very big Financial company. I had already cleared all technical interviews. Problem is that, this company has neither SQL Server nor Oracle. It has Sybase and uDB2 under Linux. I don't know what is the demand for these dabases and what will be the carrier prospects after working on these technologies. I will get good raise in my salary, no doubt about that, but is it worth shifting to these technologies? Please give me some openion. Many Thanks

Asked By: cooldude007 - 10/8/2007
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There is no question that neither Sybase and uDB2 has the market share as SQL Server and Oracle. I would ventures to say that Sybase and DB2 has combined 1/20th of Oracle. You can easily get an estimation base on the current market by going to any job board and type in the key words... More
Answered By: JQT - 10/10/2007
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