It is common knowledge that Oracle is super-expensive. Microsoft SQL Server, on the other hand, offers lowest Total Cost of Ownership, offering unmatched performance, scalability, reliability & feature sets that is needed by today’s businesses. Severely pained by Oracle’s ‘add-on’ pricing and huge investments, Oracle customers are seriously considering migrating their databases to SQL Server. If you are one of those customers, SQLMaestros can help you. We not only help you migrate your databases and application, we also train your people along the way as part of our migration methodology. To know more drop us an email at email@example.com.
SQLMaestros will demonstrate a realistic cost comparison & technology-need comparison between Oracle and SQL Server. If it makes sense to you, we move to the next step where we understand your Oracle deployments, usage and needs while evaluating the investments you have made till date.
We then map your business needs to SQL Server while keeping in mind the mission-critical nature of your business, performance & security needs. We present to you a side-by-side comparison, both financials and technology. If we have your go-ahead, we kick-start the migration project. Migration project is no rocket science.
Just like another SDLC based project, we define the business objectives, perform a detailed assessment of current hardware/software & skillset present in the organization, define the new system with Microsoft Data Platform Stack, perform the migration (while testing along the way) & finally deploy the last bits. Sounds simple? Not really.
Oracle to SQL Migration can be a complex beast to tackle and that is where SQLMaestros SMEs play an important role. We work very closely with the stakeholders and the customer team to ensure that we land a successful migration. To know more drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email us at email@example.com to learn more. We can get on a call to understand what your needs are. The first 30-min introductory call is absolutely free. No strings attached.
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