All well and good but that comparison is dated:
March 14, 2005
Many enhancements all around since then.
From: Rajesh Mehrotra [mailto:rmehrotra@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 11:32 AM
To: Tangirala, Srikalyan; cluster
Subject: RE: Migration from Oracle to MySQL
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From: Tangirala, Srikalyan [mailto:Srikalyan.Tangirala@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 11:11 AM
Subject: Migration from Oracle to MySQL
I am doing a study on the migration of databases from Oracle to MySQL.
In this process, I gathered few points.
Overall, I think arguments can be made in favor of MySQL in terms of
performance, stability, ease of use, and cost. All of these things point
to decreased TCO when using MySQL instead of Oracle.
Some things unique to MySQL that Oracle does not offer include:
- Storage engines, choices like InnoDB, MyISAM & Cluster, give you
specialized transactional, search/read optimized and highly available
engines for storing your data
- Fast connections
- Easy replication
- Overall ease of use
Could you provide some more information about Oracle limitations, MySQL
limitations, Oracle vs. MySQL etc?
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