Transfering Data Oracle Data To And From SQL Server

This post is for two purposes: firstly to point to a comprehensive blog post covering the transfer of data between Oracle and SQL Server using SQL Server 2005 Integration Services – which answers a recuring question from customers and partners with insight, accuracy and the most cherished of properties – honesty. Secondly I want to…

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Its Sunbelieveable: Sun’s First Windows - Microsoft SQL Server SAP Benchmark and Certification

Actually, I reckon it must be Sun’s first Windows – SQL Server benchmark ever, unless you know otherwise?   It’s great to see Sun embracing the new Opeteron chip from AMD and coming up with a great 32 bit SAP SD 2 tier 2 proc benchmark   http://www50.sap.com/benchmark/pdf/cert0205.pdf   Can’t wait till we get Windows…

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Oracle RAC, Grid, IBM, and Microsoft: A Corporate Altercation or Religious Divergence

People often ask me, “When Microsoft is going to get into the type of clustering as defined by Oracle’s RAC (Real Application Clusters)?”  Generally, I find these are people who believe the technical concepts behind RAC are the way of the future, so naturally conclude that Microsoft will want to follow. I have a simple…

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TechNet Webcast: Migrating Oracle and UNIX Systems to SQL and Windows - Level: 200

Thursday, January 20, 2005 – 11:30 – 1:00 PM Pacific Time Peter Larsen, Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation Does your organization have plans for a process-driven migration of an Oracle database on UNIX to Microsoft SQL Server on Windows? In this session, we will outline different migration strategies, highlight key technical considerations and demonstrate what…

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