Recorded Webcast Available: Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part IV.

This is just a quick blog entry to point out that I updated my “Papers, etc” section with a link to the recorded Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part IV webcast.

2 Responses to “Recorded Webcast Available: Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive – Part IV.”


  1. 1 Yas June 19, 2009 at 10:35 am

    Thanks for the webcast Kevin. It was great, both the content and the presentation. DBFS looks very promising and I think it will clear the doubts about how to load data into Exadata.


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