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SQL Server Vs Oracle


SQL Server Vs Oracle

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Venkatesan Prabu
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Team,



Considering am having some data in DB2 and I need to migrate those data into the new system.



Am having around 30 million records with archive 30 million records... so totally 60 million records needs to be stored in my database.



We are expecting 10 million new records... Whether SQL Server is apt for this scenario... Or Oracle can be used for this scenario... Need justification for the same.



I am very much concern with the performance of my database too :-) ...............................



If SQL Server is good which version of SQL Server is best...2005 or 2008.... Need justification for the same.



Please help me..



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Venkatesan Prabu .J

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Please don't cross post. It just wastes people's time and fragments replies. Many of us read all of the forums

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Venkatesan Prabu
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Thanks Gila,

Thanks for your advice, I know that everyone is buys BigGrin
even i am also busy with my works. I dont want to waste my time.. :-) by posting lot of posts..

I posted here and I thought like, I need to ask in some other forums for good response thats why i posted over there.

Anyway.... thanks for your useful advice.

Regards,
Venkatesan Prabu . J
SQL Server MVP

Thanks and Regards,
Venkatesan Prabu, Tongue
My Blog:

http://venkattechnicalblog.blogspot.com/
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