UKOUG Update

It has been a great conference thus far. I have attended interesting presentations such as one about Disposable Computing Architecture by James Morle. It parallels my positions on commodity computing for certain, but he threw in some thought-provoking points. If you didn’t get to see the presentation, watch for it in the proceedings. He may have that presentation on his website soon which is here. James has been a friend for many years, if you’ve never been to his website you should check it out.

I enjoy this conference since so many of the Oracle OakTable Network members attend and speak. I have “known” a lot of fellow members for a long time that I have never met face to face.

I spoke about NAS architecture on Tuesday and am about to speak on Clusters Consolidation. Both presentations cover topics in whitepapers available on my front page—just  click “Papers, etc” on my blog front page, or here if you are interested in such topics.

Shameless Plug Time

One of our customers, Taleo, has been honored as one of the 2006 InfoWorld 100 Awards in the Services category. Teleo puts the PolyServe Database Utility for Oracle to good use. More on the award is available at this InfoWorld webpage.

 This was a very short blog entry since I need to rush in and do this presentation about Clusters Consolidation.

I promise to make a blog entry very soon about ASM on NAS from a slightly updated angle.

 

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