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Old March 11th, 2016, 02:10 AM
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What is the difference between SQL and Oracle?

I want to learn Database, some of my friends are suggesting SQL and Oracle, would like to know which is the best one?
and tell me What is the difference between SQL and Oracle?

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- I assume by "SQL" that means Microsoft SQL Server.

- Oracle has the largest market share by revenue, and SQL Server is second, but is the volume leader (not counting MySQL of course, which has massive volume but near-zero revenue).

- What this means in practical terms is that Oracle Database is expensive, and there are fewer installations, while MS SQL Server is cheaper, but has more installations.

- Feature-wise, for 90% of all practical workloads, these two databases are at parity. However, because Oracle is perceived as the higher-end product, scales up better,
and is more expensive, it is generally larger companies with larger budgets which use Oracle. Therefore, there are less employment opportunities for Oracle but compensation would generally be higher.

- In terms of workload, Oracle is notorious for being a high-maintenance, high-skill product,
and someone just starting out would be hard-pressed to learn the ropes and compete against the large number of existing Oracle DBA's who already have the requisite experience.

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