Database expert: Oracle trails Microsoft on patch management

Thursday Mar 13th 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing has made a real difference; Oracle is lagging five years behind and makes it complex to install patches, according to a database consultant.

[From InfoWorld]

Oracle needs to improve patch management, an area where it's currently lagging five years behind Microsoft, according to database expert Karel Miko at Czech consultancy DCIT.

Microsoft offers central patch management tools that allow customers to see what patches are missing and so on, whereas Oracle doesn't.

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