Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?

By: Anon3 (anon.delete@this.anon.invalid), October 1, 2019 2:02 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Kevin G (kevin.delete@this.cubitdesigns.com) on October 1, 2019 10:54 am wrote:
> Data would still need to be mobile for customers to jump ship. Once your data is parked inside of
> Oracle's datacenter, how easy is to it to get up and move it to another provider? How difficult would
> it be to simply open that data up for access with services provided by another cloud company?

It's not the data that really the issue it's access to data and all the things around it.

For example Amazon itself has been migrating away from Oracle for years now. Larry keeps on saying they can't possibly move but they will eventually entirely get rid of Oracle for internal solutions.
< Previous Post in ThreadNext Post in Thread >
TopicPosted ByDate
server marketsomeone2019/09/27 10:55 PM
  Don't worry, ARM servers will win Any Day Now (NT)Anon2019/09/28 09:44 AM
    Don't worry, ARM servers will win Any Day NowAnon32019/09/30 04:17 AM
  server marketMichael S2019/09/28 10:34 AM
    Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers? (NT)Foo_2019/09/28 11:42 AM
      Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?Michael S2019/09/28 12:26 PM
        yachtingEric Bron2019/09/29 02:08 AM
        Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?RichardC2019/09/29 06:19 AM
          Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?Kevin G2019/10/01 10:54 AM
            Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?Anon32019/10/01 02:02 PM
            Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?RichardC2019/10/02 07:33 AM
              Did oracle stop selling Sparc servers?RichardC2019/10/02 07:35 AM
Reply to this Topic
Name:
Email:
Topic:
Body: No Text
How do you spell purple?