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SQL server vs Oracle

Discussion in 'SQL Server 2008 General DBA Questions' started by ismailadar, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. ismailadar New Member

    Hi All,
    For a technical research I need some documentation in order to compare last release of MS SQL server and oracle? What is the differences between two RDMS?
    Thanks in advanced.
  2. Luis Martin Moderator

    I think no one can developer that question.
    My suggestion is to find articles in general, and not in sql or oracle forums.
  3. satya Moderator

    You are asking a broader question which gets multiple answers and endless debate [:)]. I would suggest what kind of technical areas you wanted to know the difference, I will nto suggest the relevant Vendor sites...but there are few good blogs out there which can give some perspective to the discussion.
  4. ismailadar New Member

    hi all;
    thanks for your replies can you share blogs url?
  5. rayala.thulasi New Member

    Hi,Here is some forums links related to Comparision of SQL Vs Oracle.http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/compare-oracle-calc.aspx Regards,Thulasi.
  6. admin Guest

    We published a very detailed four part article on this not so long ago - starts at http://www.sql-server-performance.com/articles/dba/oracle_sql_server_comparison_p1.aspx. Just use the site search to get all four parts.
  7. ismailadar New Member

    I had read this articel series before ask it thanks again
  8. satya Moderator

    It is one of agrumentative question that I see on the forums.
    As for you it is more on technical research the best bet is to go through their sites such as Microsoft & Oracle for any whitepapers, where you will find the obvious CAT & MOUSE play [:)].
    So referring the blogs you can go thru:
    http://www.infoworld.com/d/data-management/oracle-vs-sql-server-758
    Also I can't remember on which site it is referred, this is one of best response:
    Both the products are excellent on their own featuers. How they perform and scale is dependent upon the following (in this order)
    1. The quality of the database design your developers create, including indexes.
      • The quality of the queries your developers create.
        • The quality and configuration of your hardware
          • The database platform you choose.
  9. Trev256 New Member

    Hi
    Just to give u a little advice from my experience: consider the following when comparing: cost, skills, manageability, compatibility - this is a good starting point.
  10. ismailadar New Member

    thanks for your useful advice.

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