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When should you consider an Oracle DB upgrade?

The argument to upgrade your Oracle DB runs hot. If everything runs fine, the points of argument for not upgrading your DB include: 

  • A risk of breaking things if they’re currently running smoothly
  • Application vendors may not support an updated version of Oracle in their software
  • Upgrades are too time-consuming

… But this isn’t always the case. Learn 10 reasons why you should consider doing an Oracle database upgrade. 

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