InComparisons


This page shows a subsection of our research library, filtered by papers in the InComparison category.

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IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration onPower Systems: how it compares
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We consider the relative merits of IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration running on Power Systems as compared to HANA, Exadata and SQL Server on x86-based platforms.

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Financial and Business Reporting for Oracle E-Business R12 and 11i
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This paper compares different approaches to reporting against the Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS)

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Test Data Management from Grid-Tools and Informatica
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We have been commissioned by Grid-Tools to compare its Datamaker test data management offering with that of the equivalent product from Informatica.

Philip Howard

17th October, 2013 - Financial Intelligence and Business Reporting - in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World Environments
This paper compares different approaches to reporting against the JD Edwards (Oracle) EnterpriseOne and World ERP application suites.

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OutSystems Platform and Force.com - different PaaS for different players
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Using cloud doesn't necessarily (and shouldn't) mean giving up control of your data and processing.

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Financial Intelligence and Business Reporting - in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World Environments
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This paper compares different approaches to reporting against the JD Edwards (Oracle) EnterpriseOne and World ERP application suites.

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IBM PureData System for Operational Analytics vs Oracle Exadata X3
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The basic theme of this paper is to provide a comprehensive comparison of IBM's and Oracle's offerings for large-scale traditional data warehousing environments.

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Micro Focus Silk Performer 2012 - in comparison with HP LoadRunner
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The purpose of this report was not to find a 'winner' but instead to provide information, to assist with purchasing decisions, that sheds light on the differences and similarities of these tools.

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Essential email security - business requirements and competitive landscape
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Email communications provide for efficient and effective collaboration and are extremely important as business records, yet they have long been the target of criminals looking to spread malware and steal the information that they contain.

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Email archiving best practices - a competitive overview of major players in the market
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The information presented in this report is intended to help organisations with their evaluations of the major players in the market for email archiving technologies.

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The need to secure all business communications - a competitive overview of major players in the market
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The market for email and web security has seen much consolidation recently and this has changed the landscape considerably.

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IBM Smart Analytics Systems - vs Oracle Exadata X2-2
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The basic theme of this paper is to provide a comprehensive comparison of IBM and Oracle's offerings for data warehousing and OLTP.

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IBM pureScale Application System vs Oracle Exadata X2-2
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This paper provides a comprehensive comparison of IBM and Oracle's offerings for on-line transaction processing (OLTP) and data warehousing.

Cover image for Netezza and the HP Oracle Database Machine

Netezza and the HP Oracle Database Machine
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HP and Oracle have recently announced the HP Oracle Database Machine.

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Scaling your Oracle Warehouse - two alternative approaches
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In this paper we examine how Exadata works and where it will improve performance and how it compares to Dataupia.

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20th March, 2008 - Network and Voice Management Software
We cannot overstate the importance of an integrated toolset for seamlessly managing and supporting the whole enterprise network and voice infrastructure.