Temporary Link to Edited Webcast Video: Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part I.

As some of you found out, the original Part I archived webcast in this series suffered technical failures on play-back at about 8 minutes into the video.

I have sent an edited version that cleans that up (special thanks to the Exadata PM team for that effort). The improved version supports play-bar dragging so you can fast forward into the webcast. That will come in handy since this version still had some dead air up through the first 4 minutes and 30 seconds or so. With the newly edited video you can simply start playback at 4m30s.

The IOUG Exadata SIG folks are all at Collaborate 2009 so they won’t be mending their website to vend this edited version of Part I until next week. In the interim, there are a limited number of available downloads at the link earmarked as TEMPORARY at the URL supplied below.

Note, Part II included a section that recapped some of the material from Part I since starting at about slide 34 I was rushed for time and mixed some MB/s for total MB citations. That is, my rushed words at some points didn’t match the values on the slides. The slides were right and I was wrong…it’s usually the other way around, but as I say, “Sometimes man bites dog.” 🙂

Archived Webcasts: Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive Part I and Part II.

1 Response to “Temporary Link to Edited Webcast Video: Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part I.”


  1. 1 George May 5, 2009 at 7:35 am

    Ok, never something I would have thought to do, but def got me interested now, looking forward to the next post.

    G


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