Podcast: Pythian Group Oracle Exadata Storage Server Q&A with Kevin Closson.

The Pythian Group recently conducted a short podcast interview with me to discuss a few topics related to Oracle Exadata Storage Server and the HP Oracle Database Machine. Sadly, the audio is troublesome in some segments, due to telephony issues, but in general I think you may find it informative. Here is the link:

The Pythian Group Interview: Kevin Closson on the Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part I.

4 Responses to “Podcast: Pythian Group Oracle Exadata Storage Server Q&A with Kevin Closson.”


  1. 2 kevinclosson October 3, 2008 at 11:35 pm

    yeah, but Christo, the audio was sufficiently poor at some points that the transcript is actually inaccurate. No big deal, but I think I’ll be on a land line, as opposed to my VOIP, for our next(?) chat.

  2. 3 Christo Kutrovsky October 4, 2008 at 1:13 am

    Yes, landline or direct over-the-internet would be best. I find the quality to be higher when it’s digital-to-digital.

    We can edit the transcript, I’ve listened to it many times, but obviously we missed some parts.


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