Do It Yourself Exadata Performance! Really? Part II.

Yes, shamelessly, I’m still groveling for more votes. My Suggest-A-Session vote count is at a modest 45! Come on folks, I know we can do better than that. If you don’t get there and vote I fear there is no way for me to get a podium for this topic unless you all collectively petition the executives to relinquish one of their speaking slots to me…and that simply doesn’t happen!


8 Responses to “Do It Yourself Exadata Performance! Really? Part II.”

  1. 1 Dmitry June 8, 2010 at 6:23 pm

    How to pay Oracle less money for Exadata like performance ?

  2. 3 Richard Foote June 9, 2010 at 12:55 am

    Hi Kevin

    I wouldn’t be too worried if I were you.

    I’ve just checked and you have about twice as many votes as the next placed proposal.

    I reckon your chances are looking pretty good 🙂

  3. 7 Alex June 9, 2010 at 1:57 am

    Hi Kevin,

    Hmm ..strange every time I try to vote the site gives – Oops, something blew up (Error 500)..May be the same happens to other people too and that is why the vote count is low ?


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