June 04, 2012

Oracle Vs SQL Server – Live Discussion




Data is the lifeblood of a company! When it comes to choosing a database to store your data, performance is one of the key priorities for a DBA. While a SQL Server DBA uses Clustered index as one of the mechanisms to improve performance while retrieving data, an Oracle DBA uses Heap Tables. But which one is better?

In a live discussion on June 7th, two Database heavyweights Jonathan Lewis and Grant Fritchey will debate the pros and cons of Oracle Heap Tables and SQL Clustered Indexes.  Be prepared for a lively exchange which will not only entertain, but will teach you key concepts on Oracle and SQL Server.

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RedGate has made available this webinar completely free of charge, but please note that places are strictly limited and offered on a first come first serve basis. So go ahead and register now


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