I’ve been getting quite a few emails from folks asking why I haven’t been posting content about Sun Oracle Database Machine. One such reader asked:
You guys must not actually have any real proof of this stuff or else you would be blogging for sure
I’m up to my neck in Sun Oracle Database Machine testing and performance characterization. Keeping several of these high-end beasts busy under my intense scrutiny is a good piece of work. That’s exactly why I haven’t been sticking my head up out of the foxhole and blogging.
While I have a lot of material I could blog about I thought it would be proper for everyone to get the official story in the form of Oracle white papers and the many slides to be shown by executives and upper management at OpenWorld 2009 before I started in with my incoherent ramblings and trivial pursuit. One such white paper can be found at the following URL:
Some readers have been asking me to produce Sun Oracle Exadata Storage Server FAQ-style posts in the same manner I did for the HP Oracle Exadata Storage Server and HP Oracle Database Machine. I have a stack of those ready to go but need time to put them out.