Oracle 8i and 9i were databases with 'i' referring to the Internet. For version 10 onwards, Oracle named the database as 10g, 'g' referring to the grid. 10i and 11i are ERP systems, nothing to do with the database.
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There really is not a big difference between Oracle 8i and Oracle 11G. They are both the same product, just different versions.
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ERP means Enterprise Resource Planing.It is used in Business management.
They are just different versions of Oracle.
The simple answer is that Oracle 10g is a real product from Oracle. Oracle 11i does not exist; the Oracle product is Oracle 11g.
Oracle 11i refers to the Oracle ERP Application Suite (often called Oracle E-Business Suite) and really has nothing to do with the database. The latest release (12) will be referred to as 12i. The confusing part is that Oracle used to call its database "i" for "internet" in releases 8 and 9, but now calls the database "g" for "grid". So, to summarize, Oracle 11i refers to the apps and Oracle 11g refers to the database.
Oracle ERP offers the service in Cloud, Database, and Visualization which can be applied in various field of financial management, customer experiences and services. In addition, it offers engineered system and enterprise management.