Announcement: An Exadata Webcast.

Juan Loaiza (SVP Oracle Systems Technologies Div) is offering a webcast this Wednesday. Here are the details:

Webcast: Extreme Performance for Your Data Warehouse
Wednesday, January 28th, 9:00 am PST

Data warehouses are tripling in size every two years and supporting ever-larger databases with ever increasing demands from business users to get “answers” faster requires a new way to approach this challenge. Oracle Exadata overcomes the limitations of conventional storage by utilizing a massively parallel architecture to dramatically increase data bandwidth between database and storage servers. In this webcast, we’ll examine these limitations and demonstrate how Oracle Exadata delivers extremely fast and completely scalable, enterprise-ready systems.

The signup sheet is here:

January 28, 2009 Exadata Webcast

3 Responses to “Announcement: An Exadata Webcast.”

  1. 1 Philip Papadopoulos February 3, 2009 at 3:14 pm


    Have you seen this articel:

    Oracle Exadata:Still an Unknown Quantity

    I know I am interested in your comments/analysis on this article. Maybe others would be too.


  2. 3 Ganesh Vaidhya February 16, 2009 at 2:39 am


    I missed this one. Will this webcast be accessible now?


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