Re: Coke switches to DB2!!
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 10:35:21 +0100
It seems to me that this is correct, and well addressed by the article, it also rather looks (pace the reference to Mogen's blog in this thread) that a driver was to lead the dba team away from dba work and into SAP basis work.
On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 6:44 PM, Aragon, Gabriel (GE, Corporate, consultant) <gabriel.aragon_at_ge.com> wrote:
> Puff, huge lost for oracle, but the most important point here (for me) is
> that this will require to change your entire DBA team or give them a quick
> training on DB2. BTW, I have never used DB2 but, doesnt it only run on AIX
> and IBM boxes? I mean if you have Oracle running on Sun, HP or Win, you will
> have to change not only Oracle licenses.
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> Subject: Coke switches to DB2!!
> Any comments on this event? I'd be less shocked if they said SQL Server. I
> did some DB2 work maybe 2 years ago. Not a product I was all that impressed
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