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Windows 7: Migrate from Oracle to SQL Server 2016 with free licenses

10 Mar 2016   #1
Brink

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Migrate from Oracle to SQL Server 2016 with free licenses

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Microsoft is trying to grab Oracle enterprise database users with a new migration offer for SQL Server 2016.

Microsoft is starting to turn the crank on its SQL Server 2016 launch machine by going after Oracle database users with a migration offer.

On March 10, the day the company is holding a two-hour virtual data-focused event, Microsoft is highlighting a new SQL Server Migration Offer as part of its collateral.

According to the downloadable datasheet on the deal, users will get some unspecified number of "free SQL Server licenses" -- Software Assurance subscription required -- plus free training and subsidized deployment services to kick-start their Oracle to SQL Server 2016 migrations.

SQL Server 2016, which is now in the near-final Release Candidate stage of testing, includes a number of high-end features, including online-transaction processing, in-memory data warehousing, in-database analytics and built-in security features. Microsoft officials still have not said when SQL Server 2016 will be generally available, beyond some time this calendar year...


Read more: Microsoft waves the 'free licenses' flag to try to grab Oracle database users | ZDNet

See also: Follow the leader and migrate from Oracle to SQL Server—with free licenses


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10 Mar 2016   #2
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Java's over now? Good news. Now I'll just have to pass my computer subjects and forget about that language.
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