Re: comparing Oracle and MS SQL Server 2005

  • From: "Juan Carlos Reyes Pacheco" <juancarlosreyesp@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bjorn.d.jensen@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 18:11:35 -0400

Hi Bjorn,
I went to the Oracle Day, Oracle did I think to kill SQL Server, they
explained for example they can pay 25% each year to avoid paying a new
license, but because there were 5 years, customer paying that license loose

Very briefly, 2005 is not really an upgrade customers expected after 5
years, and there is no point to compare, There is no reason to use SQL
Server 2005, if you know and understand all the benefits there are in
Now if you only use Oracle to create table an indexes, you can think is
similar, but it isn't specially when you understand the lock technology

On 11/14/06, Bjørn D. Jensen <bjorn.d.jensen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I got some of the answers here (-:<��;>
Best Regards
Bjorn Dorr Jensen

2006/11/10, Sandra Becker <sbecker6925@xxxxxxxxx>:
> If  you find anything, I also am interested in these very topics.  I
> would appreciate it if you forward me anything someone sends to you
> personally and not to the list.
> Sandy
> On 11/10/06, Bjørn D. Jensen <bjorn.d.jensen@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> >
> > Hi!
> > I'm looking for resources that describe the terminology used of MS and
> > Oracle for their db's.
> > I'm also looking for "Feuerstein"-best-practices in MS-world.
> >
> > And at last I'm looking for simple and complex scenarios comparing
> > performance/features of these db's
> >
> > Thanks for help!
> > Best Regards
> > Bjørn Dörr Jensen
> >


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