- Net integration is best for me
- Better optimizer
- Ease of use (admin tools)
We used this to solve many complex problems.
Overall, trying to make over with Oracle, it can be improved in usage for high data migration companies of large scale.
I have experience using both the versions of SQL Server 2008, 2012 for more than two years.
Never had issues with stability, may be we were handling structured data well.
No, federal vs clusters approach explains you well that you can search for them.
Technical support rating would be around a seven and a half out of 10.
Setup is easy as what we want the database to do for our problems, compared to Oracle latest versions you need to spend more time on the initial setting up where these cannot go wrong with partitioning and indexing and it needs to be perfect.
Go for SQL and compare it with pricing and stability with other Microsoft products.
Definitely yes, with Oracle only if the needed situations cannot be met, mostly it covers better.
Best practices are the always a better choice for implementing the solution, hire a good expert and consult a better person with huge experience in architecting database systems for decades.