Comparisons between Oracle vs SQL Server

Among several electronic database Management System, the 2 most well liked and wide used are: Oracle and SQL Server.

Oracle supports the operating systems such as: Windows, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, OS X etc.

Whereas SQL Server supports only windows and Linux operating systems. There are several basic variations between Oracle and SQL Server one among the foremost vital variations between them is that the language they use. Oracle uses Procedure Language SQL, and SQL Server uses Transact-SQL.

Let’s see the difference between Oracle and SQL Server:

S.NO Oracle SQL Server
1. PL/SQL is used by Oracle. While T-SQL is used by SQL Server.
2. In terms of complexity, It is complex. While it is simple, in terms of complexity.
3. Oracle is not easy to use. While it is easy to use than oracle.
4. Oracle supports the operating systems such as: Windows, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, OS X etc. While SQL server supports only windows and Linux operating systems.
5. In Oracle, the users share the database. While in sql server, the users do not share database.
6. There is packages are taken place in Oracle. While there is packages are not taken place in SQL Server.
7. It is more powerful than SQL Server. While it is less powerful than Oracle.



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