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SAP Sybase ASE versus Oracle TimesTen

Now that you are well versed with the specifics of Oracle’s TimesTen, it’s time to pitch it against other key offering in the market. This article focuses on the features and details of Sybase’s Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) in-memory database.

Where on one hand Oracle TimesTen is a standalone DBMS, Sybase ASE is a specific database that is part of a DBMS. The database expert Mich Talebzadeh presents a full comparison between Oracle’s TimesTen and SAP’s Sybase ASE.

>> Access the in depth comparison

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