Oracle Database as a Service Previous Solutions

Rich Niemiec
Chief Innovation Officer at Viscosity North America
I think everybody knows that they need to move from on-premise to the cloud. They know the cloud is what's coming next. They know it's way to quickly interface with social media with Big Data very quickly. I think their hesitancy is: where does it fit? Give us the opportunity to do a hybrid cloud so that our staff can be up to date on exactly how this works and I think then they'll move there faster. There are other clouds with MANY hidden costs. Please hire an expert to consult when evaluating hidden costs on the cloud. Viscosity North America pays particular attention to these hidden costs. Viscosity also has an Oracle vs. AWS whitepaper on our website. View full review »
Ahmed Abdelwahed
IT Program Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
I previously used Microsoft and if you compare Oracle to Microsoft SQL server, I believe Oracle is so much better than Microsoft SQL Server that they are not comparable. So, I obviously prefer working with the Oracle product. The reason for the difference is probably that Oracle is basically a database company and they focus on this aspect of their business. Microsoft, having many products, is not so focused on this competition with Oracle and they are more focused on Microsoft NET Frameworks and Microsoft Office. Oracle itself has many products right now, but all of them are database products. This concentration is why Oracle is number one in transactional databases. View full review »
MohamedEl Azzouzi
Production Systems Engineer at Sofrecom
I have used MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server, and there is no comparison to Oracle. View full review »
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Jose Luis Godoy
Sub-Manager IT Infrastructure at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We had Hitachi storage, but the performance and the support were very bad. View full review »
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