Bloor: SAP ASE is "rated as superior" to Oracle

    By: Mr. Adrian Bridgwater on Jun 29, 2014

    News fresh in off of the SAP Community network is that the site has published a post entitled SAP ASE Total Cost of Ownership: A Comparison to Oracle.

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    The content itself draws upon work carried out by analyst house Bloor Research -- the firm's researchers analyzed the data of an SAP-conducted customer survey on SAP ASE total cost of ownership in this report.

    SAP ASE is rated as superior to Oracle

    Bloor states in the report that for all 21 TCO and related metrics surveyed, SAP ASE is rated as superior to Oracle by customers who have implemented both solutions.

    The analysts in this case worked on metrics in the areas of :

    • infrastructure costs,
    • administration,
    • reliability,
    • support,
    • resource utilization,
    • and installation and maintenance.

    Excerpt from executive summary

    This paper analyses the results of a survey that was designed and conducted by SAP of SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE—previously Sybase ASE) users. These results were shared with Bloor Research for analysis and comment. The survey was focused on total cost of ownership (TCO) of SAP ASE against a second database that the respondents were also familiar with. In particular, in this paper we look at the comparative results between SAP ASE and Oracle based on companies that had experience with both products, so that we could compare various TCO metrics between Oracle and SAP ASE.

    You can read the complete piece at this link.

    Released: June 29, 2014, 7:14 am | Updated: June 29, 2014, 7:29 am
    Keywords: ASE News | ASE | Bloor


     

     

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