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What is Tibero?

Tibero is a relational database software solution offered by TmaxSoft.

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10 out of 10
June 13, 2016
We use Tibero for capturing and analyzing our data throughout the whole organization. The software is fully compliant with SQL, so …
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Tibero is a relational database software solution offered by TmaxSoft.

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TmaxSoft ProSync Tibero Replication Demo - data replication in case of DBMS migration


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Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
We use Tibero for capturing and analyzing our data throughout the whole organization. The software is fully compliant with SQL, so switching from Oracle was very easy and without loss of data or any integration issues.
  • Smooth Transition: Tibero is highly compatible with Oracle, DB2, and other SQL based applications. If the new and old DBMS are not perfect compatibility, both DBMS must be used, but that is not the case with Tibero. No other RDBMSs allows for such easy change over.
  • Improved Security: digital key lengths are double Oracle’s length, which makes it even harder to crack.
  • Higher Reliability: Tibero provides full range of reliability modes (active-active, active-standby, and clustering standby modes).
  • Working with Tibero for the last 5 years, I haven't noticed any issues so far.
I cannot imagine where Tibero will be less appropriate. For anyone looking for a reliable RDBM software, I suggest reviewing Tibero's data sheet for more details of its features and decide for yourself, if this software would work best for your organization.
  • Because Tibero's licensing and support fees are half of Oracle's, we were able to allocate the extra budget to other departments that were in greater need for those funds.
I know Oracle, IBM's DB2, and Microsoft SQL Server are also commonly used DBMSs.

We selected Tibero, because unlike DB2 and SQL Server, it is fully SQL compliant and therefore switching away from Oracle was very low risk for us despite never using Tibero before. We knew that worst case, we just go back to Oracle. However, after using Tibero, we realized it just makes more sense for us financially. Why pay for something more? It is identical to Oracle and claims to have better security. So far no problems.
Barron Grenwald | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
Tibero is being used for transaction and data processing. We switched from Oracle due to high cost of ownership. It is being used by the e-commerce site we run to process transactions so we need stability and reliability as we process over 2000 transactions each day. It also supports data clustering as a fallback for data redundancy. Setup was pretty straightforwards also, deployment took on average 2 days to migrate.
  • Robustness
  • Feature set
  • Security
  • Cost
  • Some issues with data clustering and porting.
It's a good choice when it comes to switching to a lower but similarly stable and scalable database solution. For any enterprise that needs a robust set of features when choosing a database vendor you have a few choices, paid (expensive or lower cost) or open source. Depending on your needs Tibero might be a good fit.
  • Lowered licensing costs.
  • Not many negatives to speak of.
  • Oracle and IBM DB2
As for features it's more or less the same with lower licensing fees, if you are running on either of the bigger DB providers and you want to port over your data they can do it for you. We chose it after reviewing about 10 different DB providers but didn't want to go with open source.
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