Please disregard the Basis skill-set, as Oracle and DB2 are in use. We need to choose one over the other.
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Clearly, Oracle gives you a wider choice of hardware, and that might be an isssue for your company. But in general I believe that, aside from the skill-set issue, neither one has an advantage over the other.
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