Monday, September 26, 2016

NoPlsql vs ThickDB: which one requires a bigger database server?

Slides of my Oaktable World presentation held during OOW 2016 can be found here: NoPlsql vs ThickDB

And a recording of this talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jiJDflpw4Y

10 comments:

  1. Great presentation Toon!!!

    It's clear to me that the Thick Database is the future. Now the rest of the world can get convinced too.

    Regards,
    Hans-Peter Böhre
    Oracle DBA and Developer (Old School :-))

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  2. Finally, it is now written down what we somehow all already knew. Good news for all that are in the APEX business. :)

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  3. This was a first class talk. It gave a crystal clear account of a well-conceived and carefully conducted experiment. The results speak for themselves.

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  4. This is what client-server was meant to be from the start: cheap smart CPU on the client for user interface, display pizzazz; a professionally managed database to secure the data. (But you already know I am a big fan of Helsinki!

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  5. This is what client-server was meant to be from the start: cheap smart CPU on the client for user interface, display pizzazz; a professionally managed database to secure the data. (But you already know I am a big fan of Helsinki!

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  6. The problem is that the current generation of JAVA developers do not read any documentation about the underlying technology stacks. Does not matter which database it's. If it's not JAVA they do NOT CARE :(.

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  7. Very interesting comparison and very well documented.
    The fat db is dead,long live the fat db!
    An other interesting aspect would be to compare development and maintenance costs of the software.

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  8. > An other interesting aspect would be to compare development and maintenance costs of the software.

    Indeed it would. But how to approach that in an objective manner?

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