embedability

embedability

[em‚bed·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
The ability of a metal to enclose foreign particles within itself.
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Carl Olofson of IDC got it right: "Although the top 5 RDBMS vendors represent over 90 percent of the worldwide market, there is plenty of dynamism and growth potential in the remaining 10 percent, where differentiators that include low-cost, extraordinarily high throughput, embedability, and unusual architectures are aimed at niche data management requirements.
Although the top 5 RDBMS vendors represent over 90% of the worldwide market, there is plenty of dynamism and growth potential in the remaining 10%, where differentiators that include low-cost, extraordinarily high throughput, embedability, and unusual architectures are aimed at niche data management requirements," said Carl Olofson, research vice president of Information Management and Data Integration Software research at IDC.
Some of the exciting next-generation capabilities are: advanced reasoning technology for more powerful decision support, out-of-the-box application functionality to speed up deployment, embedability in larger systems for deployment flexibility, enhanced support of data exchange and messaging standards, and a new user interface based on Microsoft Windows standards for greater ease-of-use.