Tuesday, September 24, 2013

SAP HANA isn't 'even comparable' to Oracle's in-memory technology, Hurd says - Computerworld

It's going to be a while before it's clear if the new hybrid Oracle Database model is substantive, but in the meantime it's a classic example of Oracle competitive modus operandi
"The in-memory option is now in a "pre-beta" stage of development and will be released some time next year, said Andy Mendelsohn, senior vice president of database server technologies, during a keynote address earlier Monday.
Hurd was also quick to stress that Oracle has had in-memory capabilities such as the TimesTen caching software for a while now.
He declined to reveal pricing for the upcoming in-memory option, which is likely to be a key lever of opportunity for Oracle to retain database customers who are interested in SAP HANA."
SAP HANA isn't 'even comparable' to Oracle's in-memory technology, Hurd says - Computerworld
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