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Pros
"The most valuable feature is replication because we had several replicas of the SQL Server database in different geographical locations.""The availability is the most valuable feature. It has high availability. It also has good performance.""SQL is very easy to manage.""It helps with moving the design of the database into reality.""The feature that I have found most valuable is that it is easy to code.""Very good security features.""The features that we have found the most valuable are reliability, availability perspective, and current scalability.""The latest version supports for big data analytics. SQL Server's vector processing-based batch execution mode is now available to the entire execution of R or Python code. Since much of the work that tends to be done in R and Python involves aggregation, batch mode - which processes rows of data several at a time, can be very helpful."

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"The most valuable feature is compatibility with the Oracle database."

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Cons
"I would like to have more replication scenarios.""In terms of improvement, it could use more integration with other products.""Occasionally the performance, as good as it is, is a bit off. We sometimes experience memory spiking. If they could maybe fix that aspect of the solution, that would be quite helpful for our organization.""The product overall would benefit from the addition of better tutorials to help master the skills necessary to actually build a project database. Right now, what is available isn't sufficient.""In terms of what could be improved, everything on-premise is now moving to the cloud. Obviously SQL Server has also moved, because Microsoft Excel has its own cloud called Azure Finance. Every solution comes with its own advantages and disadvantages.""Query optimitzer could be simplified.""The scalability and the high availability feature can be expanded or improved. Currently, there is a limitation on scalability. A feature similar to the Oracle Diagnostic feature can be included to provide a better user experience.""CAL licenses should cost less. Microsoft usually prices high for client access licenses. Server plus user client access license (CAL) licensing requires a separate Server license for each server on which the software is installed, plus a user CAL for each user accessing the server."

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"The knowledge base is quite small and should be expanded."

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"SQL Server is a cost-effective solution for a small database.""Pricing is reasonable for small organizations, but the scaling increases the price.""We didn't have any licensing costs for SQL Server.""We pay approximately $12,000 USD per month for both the server and the license.""The price could be cheaper.""Cost is a major derivative for any organization. It has a reasonable cost value, and its cloud support is also better than others. Comparatively, Oracle can do the same things or is even better in certain areas, but it is expensive. The cost along with the support are the plus factors for SQL Server.""We have had to purchase the Enterprise version to the tune of a few hundred thousand dollars, which is just ridiculous.""With recent releases, the Standard Edition (cheaper) SKU has some of the earlier version Enterprise features. SQL Express has some limitations."

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"The price of Tibero is cheaper than that of Oracle."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: Scalability, cluster ability, ease of use, ease of implementation — these are all great.
Top Answer: It comes with the bundle package that we have. We have Microsoft Volume Licensing, so we don't have to pay for it separately. It is a part of the package.
Top Answer: In terms of exceptionally large databases, it doesn't scale as well as Oracle. It scales excellently and it's flexible and it can provide a solution for exceptionally large databases, but it doesn't… more »
Top Answer: The most valuable feature is compatibility with the Oracle database.
Top Answer: The price of Tibero is cheaper than that of Oracle.
Top Answer: A feature for scheduling database management would be helpful. The knowledge base is quite small and should be expanded.
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Microsoft SQL Server, MSSQL, MS SQL
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Overview

SQL Server is the Microsoft-driven relational database management system. This system is used to store data as well as retrieve it when necessary; these functions can be supported by individual users or by multiple users within a larger network. The Microsoft SQL Server has warehousing options, quality and integration services, management tools that are simple to implement, as well as robust tools for development.

Looking at the more technical end of things, Microsoft SQL Server uses query languages such as T-SQL and ANSI SQL. Disaster recovery is one of the product's most prominent features, in addition to in-memory performance, scalability, and corporate business intelligence capabilities.

Tibero by TmaxSoft bridges the gap between legacy relational databases and the new paradigm of running workloads in virtualized data centers and the Cloud, allowing enterprises to fully leverage their investment by embracing a simple, true utilization licensing model.

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Microsoft SQL Server is used by businesses in every industry, including Great Western Bank, Aviva, the Volvo Car Corporation, BMW, Samsung, Principality Building Society, Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario.
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Financial Services Firm16%
Computer Software Company13%
Manufacturing Company8%
Transportation Company6%
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Computer Software Company26%
Comms Service Provider20%
Financial Services Firm7%
Media Company5%
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Computer Software Company34%
Comms Service Provider27%
Energy/Utilities Company14%
Government5%
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Small Business40%
Midsize Enterprise21%
Large Enterprise38%
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SQL Server is ranked 1st in Relational Databases with 81 reviews while Tibero is ranked 22nd in Relational Databases with 1 review. SQL Server is rated 8.2, while Tibero is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of SQL Server writes "A stable, scalable, and easy-to-deploy solution that pretty much covers everything". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Tibero writes "A stable and cost-effective tool that is fully compatible with Oracle". SQL Server is most compared with SAP HANA, Oracle Database, IBM Db2 Database, Teradata and MariaDB, whereas Tibero is most compared with Oracle Database, Oracle Database In-Memory and MariaDB.

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