Organizations are saving 70%+ by switching from Oracle to MongoDB. When evaluating databases, it is helpful to consider the relative costs of each solution -- not just the cost of the software, but also the hardware, development and deployment costs.
This white paper examines the economics of MongoDB and Oracle by comparing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of example applications using these databases. It considers all costs, upfront and ongoing, including personnel, hardware, software and support. Organizations can use this framework to assess the cost of undertaking projects of various sizes using MongoDB, Oracle or any other database.
Download this white paper to learn:
- TCO comparison of upfront costs such as initial developer and administrator effort, software licenses, and server and storage hardware
- TCO comparison of ongoing costs such as maintenance and support
- Topline implications of using MongoDB