Oracle Data Warehouse is well suited for VLDBs (very large databases) and has core functionality to provide scalability and performance with data growth and as well user query load.
It does provide the necessary features and functionalities for BI analytics, data consolidation, fraud analysis and detection.
They also share resources, contacts, sales opportunities, and personnel.
For instance, a small contract requires almost the same amount of administrative overhead as a large contract.
Oracle is stronger on the backup and restore side of things and here I mean it does seem quicker using Oracle to import/export very large databases/indexes and partitions however we decide to live with the difference.
All in all set up and ongoing costs was a significant factor in our decision to use My SQL.
The leaders have sources of information they use to make decisions. You'll need copies of all these reports and you'll need to know where they come from.
Often, analysts, supervisors, administrative assistants, and others create analytical and summary reports.