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Tibero review by Sarah Nicole H.
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"Enterprise Performance and Scalability"

What do you like best?

We run a large number of different transaction processing applications, and Tibero DBMS (version 6) has met all of our criteria. With redundancy and security being the most important aspects of transaction processing, our tiered middleware applications run without issues.

What do you dislike?

Installation is straightforward and the DB comes with a GUI to monitor performance and system issues, however documentation of some of the more granular features is missing, Tibero 6 is the most up to date version, and doesn't suffer from some of the issues that previous versions had, nonetheless it is a robust DB for enterprise level clients.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Enterprise class database solution with lower licensing fees and security that allows mission critical business applications to run effectively without too many hiccups, GUI for monitoring system status and relatively easy to port if you know command line.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We run a number of business critical applications that need to operate in realtime, including transaction processing, data analysis and more, so the most important is no down time, speed, security and cost saving on licencing fees. Out of the box it doesn't disappoint. Not as well known a vendor as IBM DB2, or Oracle 12C, but they have been around for a long time.

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Tibero review by Administrator in Information Technology and Services
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"A good alternative and to Oracle DB, ports easy and is very secure."

What do you like best?

Security and ease of migration from Oracle. A common attack on databases is to replace true data with false data. Oracle handles this type of attack by digitally “signing” data so that any change is the data values will produce different “signatures” and would trigger a warning. So this simple class of attack should be neutralized. Tibero provides a higher level of compatibility with other DBMS compared to competitors. Tibero

also has an automated migration tool and easily integrates with heterogeneous DBMS through its

flexible DB link compatibility.

What do you dislike?

Not too much, maybe more help with some initial setup questions. Some of the documentation isn't straightforwards enough. Tibero DBMS Admin function is fast and efficient for monitoring purposes and also has an integrated GUI tool, however there is a learning curve for anyone new to the platform. Configuring kernel parameters had some issues.

Recommendations to others considering the product

The big players are under threat from both open source and smaller niche providers, this provider has history but is less well known, the ease of porting from Oracle was one advantage and less licensing costs.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Lower the licensing costs of Oracle, which had a smaller feature set. We needed a feature rich and easy to deploy alternative to Oracle DB.

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