Databases have become key in enabling businesses to efficiently manage their data assets and to effectively use information to better understand their businesses. This
paper analyzes the database that is needed for small and medium-sized
businesses to successfully implement and maintain database applications, considering limitations of budget, time, and expertise. It explores how Oracle has delivered such capabilities with Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One loaded on our Compaq ML370 server.
Standard Edition One:
- For organizations supporting between 1-400 users
- Databases up to around 500 Gb of Data
- Either $149 per Named User Plus (minimum of 5 Users)
- Or $4995 per CPU (Maximum of two CPUs) for unlimited use.
- Fast Installation and Configuration, with Built-in Automated Management
- Suitable for all types of Data, and all Applications
- Basic replication capabilities for Branch Office environments.
- Proven performance, availability, security and reliability
- Fully upgradeable to Oracle Database 10g Standard and Enterprise Editions
Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One is designed for deployment in small to medium business environments.
It was easy to install and configure, and comes complete with built in self-management capabilities. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One manages all personnel data, and allows business applications to take advantage of the proven performance, availability, security and reliability provided by the Oracle Database, at a low cost. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One provides complete upward compatibility with other Editions, protecting investments as usage requirements grow.
Supported Deployment Environments
Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One is designed for deployment in small enterprises, line-of-business departments, and distributed branch environments. It is available on single servers supporting up to a maximum of 2 CPUs. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One is available on all Oracle's supported operating systems, including Windows, Linux and Unix.