Jun 28, 2012
In this Research Report we take a closer look at how two vendors - Oracle and IBM - tune their respective systems for certain workloads (business analytics and transaction processing).
As we evaluated IBM's and Oracle's approaches to tuning-their-systems-to-the-task, we found that IBM offers three different system implementations designed to process deep analytics, operational analytics, and high-speed transaction processing.
Oracle, by contrast, uses a one-size-fits all approach with its Exadata server. Which approach is better? You decide.