Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part IV

BLOG UPDATE (18-JUN-2009): Links to the recorded webcasts can be found in my Papers, etc section. The original blog post follows:

We’ve set the date for Part IV. As an aside, I’m sorry to report that the recorded webcast of Part III is still not available from IOUG.

I recommend that folks view Part I as a minimum prerequisite for Part IV. I won’t spend any time in review. You can access Part I and Part II here.

Announcing Part IV:

Kevin Closson will continue his “Technical Deep Dive” series in Part IV by covering:

– Loading the Data Warehouse in an Exadata Environment
* The Data Staging Model
* A Data Loading Performance Study

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

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