Exadata Related Posts. Losing Posts in the Mosh Pit.

I’ve had several people ask me questions recently about topics I’ve covered in at least a few of my Exadata Storage Server related posts. When I asked them if they’d seen a particular post, they’ve generally responded, “No, I didn’t know that post existed”, or words to that effect. So, this may seem odd, but in addition to updating my Exadata Posts page, I’ve pasted handy URLs to my Exadata related posts below. I wish there was time to add to the set of posts. I do have plenty of material queued up, but I’m scrambling for time. In the meantime, perhaps a few readers will appreciate the content pointed to by these URLs:

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part I.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part II.

Oracle Exadata Server Related Web News Media and Blog Errata. Part I.

HP Oracle Database Machine. A Thing of Beauty Capable of “Real Throughput!”

I know Nothing About Data Warehouse Appliances and Now, So Won’t You – Part V. Why GreenPlum is Better Than Oracle Exadata Storage Server.

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

Pessimistic Feelings About New Technology. Oracle Exadata Storage Server – A JBOD That Can Swamp A Single Server.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: Beaten by FLASH SSD and Worthless for OLTP.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. No Magic in an Imperfect World. Excellent Tools and Really Fast I/O Though.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: A Black Box with No Statistics.

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