Curt Monash of DBMS 2 : DataBase Management System Services comments:
When I find myself making the same observation fairly frequently, that’s a good impetus to write a post based on it. And so this post is based on the thought that there are many analogies between:
- Oracle and the Oracle DBMS.
- IBM and the IBM mainframe.
And when you look at things that way, Oracle seems to be swimming against the tide.
A very interesting take on the position that Oracle is in right now. Do they have the courage, or the desire, to split up like IBM did to stave off irrelevance?
Read more at: Oracle as the new IBM — has a long decline started?
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