Oracle Standard Edition One for $1000.00 ?
Cant quite figure out what the limitations are. I always work with Enterprise Edition. I seem to recall Standard edition means no internet users. Is that the the catch? You can use this for a departmental or company wide database but cant hookup it to webservers and web traffic?
1 CPU 1000 bucks announced yesterday
thx ( currently reviewing our 8 licenses and the support costs have the CIO pulling her hair out, mine too! )
Last edited by BJE_DBA; 10-09-2003 at 11:44 AM.
Looks like Standard Edition 1 CPU for $1000.00 even lets you use it to drive a web site...
Key Product Features :
Support for more types of data than any other database including XML, audio, documents, text and more
Complete compatibility with the Oracle Database Enterprise Edition
The most comprehensive and open access to Web Services through SQL, Java, XML and standard Web interfaces
Efficient management with self-tuning and self-diagnosing features
Three main differences between SE and EE (and none of them has to do anything with "internet users"):
- SE can only run on a box with maximum 4 CPU, EE has no such limitation
- Most *options* (those that you have to install and licence separately) are not supported on SE, only on EE
- There are some *features* built into the core database (and you don't have to pay for them separately) that are not suported on SE, only on EE
Check the options/features availability matrix on http://download-west.oracle.com/docs...edit.htm#73594
Last edited by jmodic; 10-09-2003 at 05:02 PM.
ASCII a stupid question, get a stupid ANSI
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