Databases and ERP Selection: Oracle Vs. SQL Server
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An enterprise application like enterprise resources planning (ERP) or enterprise asset management (EAM) is comprised of multiple technologies layers, but during a software selection process it is the database layer that can be the subject of some of the most heated discussions, at least among technologists.

In this white paper learn why the specific database technology used to support an enterprise application should be of importance in an application selection process as long as the database technology:

  • Is open, supportable and has a clear future to prevent technology lock in
  • Does not come with any penalities or draw backs in terms of cost, ease of use, scalability, or deployability
  • Is fully supported by the application
  • And is scalable and supports cost effective high availability needs.

Also read a comparision of Oracle vs. SQL Server databases.

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