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Are there any guidelines, rules of thumb when an environment shuold use Oracle for CMS rather than the OOB MySQL?
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There aren't any rules about when you should use any one database server (Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, etc...) over another.

That being said, many companies already have established servers/farms with specific database engines, DBAs, backup strategies in place, etc.., so moving the CMS database to their DB of choice is a pretty common sense decision.  Also, having the CMS database be stored and backed up on a remote server mitigates the risk of a complete system failure as long as you're also backing up the FRS (File Repository System) to a remote location, too.
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