SAP Takes on Oracle in Database War

SAP Takes on Oracle in Database War

SAP and Oracle are going head to head in the highly competitive database market. According to Mike Davis, senior analyst at Ovum, "Oracle is the preferred database partner for running SAP ERP. SAP has invested a chunk of money in databases, buying Sybase, which was once Oracle’s biggest competition in the database market."
In order to separate their products from Oracle's relational database, SAP claims integration with Sybase will deliver database capabilities as well as the ability to analyze data in real time.
Access this expert e-guide to learn more about the steps SAP has been taking to differentiate their offerings from Oracle, as well as how SAP and Sybase work together to offer a cheaper relational database alternative for running ERP applications. Plus, learn about SAP’s new in-memory database, HANA, and how it can accelerate big data analytics.
Cisco and SAP
01 May 2014
01 May 2014
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