What is Tibero?
It is a high-performance, highly secure, highly scalable relational database management system (RDBMS) for enterprises that want to fully leverage their mission-critical data. In a world where data is at the core of everything, Tibero provides an enhanced view of processing, managing and securing large-scale databases.
Tibero is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
Who uses Tibero?
- Highly compatible with Oracle – in some cases as much as 97% compatibility
- High availability (Active-Active clustering)
- Simple licensing model similar to SaaS subscription pricing
- High performance transaction processing
- Scales with commodity hardware rather than expensive proprietary database servers
- Active or passive standby database capability
- Hyper-thread architecture
- High security database encryption
- Multi-node parallel recovery
- Reliable shared server
- Tibero Enterprise Edition is all inclusive, with no additional products to purchase
Tibero Alternatives & Comparisons
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