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Differences between databases

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Oracle is very advanced, has a lot of features, and a lot of them cost extra money. It's a bear to set up and support; but if you can afford the DBAs and the maintenance, it performs very well. Did I mention cost and maintenance? Just thought I'd repeat that. Nothing but respect for the Oracle engineers, though, they have built some awesome stuff.
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