Really Bad Oracle Problems? Who To Call?

I’ve gotten many emails over the last several months that I’ve been blogging from IT shops inquiring as to whether or not I can consult in their datacenter on Oracle related performance problems or planning situations. Of course I have to turn such opportunities down since my current gig is with Oracle Server Technologies, but I’ve never been an independent. Fortunately I know really good people that are—many of whom are fellow members of the Oaktable Network. Once such independent is Kyle Hailey. If you are in the right geography ( or perhaps geography doesn’t matter, I don’t know) and need a real heavy hitter, I’d recommend contacting  PerfVision.com and have a chat with Kyle.

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