General Exadata-Related Posts:

Exadata Database Machine X2-2 or X2-8? Sure! Why Not? Part I.

Seven Fundamentals Everyone Should Know About Exadata Before Attending OpenWorld 2010 Sessions.

Oracle Exadata Database Machine I/O Bottleneck Revealed At… 157 MB/s! But At Least It Scales Linearly Within Datasheet-Specified Bounds!

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: No More SQL Tuning Required? Hooray!

Pardon Me, Where Is That Flash Cache? Part I.

Pardon Me, Where Is That Flash Cache? Part II.

Sun Oracle Database Machine: The Million Oracle Database IOPS Machine or Marketing Hype? Part I.

Sun Oracle Database Machine: The Million Oracle Database IOPS Machine or Marketing Hype? Part II.

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Includes The Orion I/O Test Tool, But You Better Get That Full Path Name Right.

World-Record TPC-H Result Proves Oracle Exadata Storage Server is 10x Faster Than Conventional Storage on a Per-Disk Basis?

Bulk Data Loading Rates. Is 7.3 MB/s per CPU Core Fast, or Fast Enough? Part I.

The HP Oracle Database Machine is Too Large and Too Powerful…Yes, for Some Applications!

Where’s the Proof? Poof, It’s a Spoof! Exadata Lags Competitor Bulk Data Loading Capability. Are You Sure?

Winter Corporation Assessment of Exadata Performance: Lopsided! Test it All, or Don’t Test at All?

Cached Ext3 File Access is Faster Than Infiniband. Infiniband is Just a Marketing Ploy. Who Needs Exadata?

Disk Drives: They’re Not as Slow as You Think! Got Junk Science?

Little Things Doth Crabby Make Part VI. Oracle Database 11g Automatic Storage Management Doesn’t Work. Exadata Requires ASM So Exadata Doesn’t Work.

Oracle Database 11g Versus Orion. Orion Gets More Throughput! Death To Oracle Database 11g!

Announcing a WinterCorp Paper About Oracle Exadata Storage Server

Counterpointing Beliefs? Not me! Nightmares of Gruesome Imaginary Coopetition!

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: 485x Faster Than…Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part I.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: 485x Faster Than…Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part II.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part I.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. Part II.

Oracle Exadata Server Related Web News Media and Blog Errata. Part I.

HP Oracle Database Machine. A Thing of Beauty Capable of “Real Throughput!”

Podcast: Pythian Group Oracle Exadata Storage Server Q&A with Kevin Closson.

Pessimistic Feelings About New Technology. Oracle Exadata Storage Server – A JBOD That Can Swamp A Single Server.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: Beaten by FLASH SSD and Worthless for OLTP.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server. No Magic in an Imperfect World. Excellent Tools and Really Fast I/O Though.

Oracle Exadata Storage Server: A Black Box with No Statistics.

Little Things Doth Crabby Make Part VI. Oracle Database 11g Automatic Storage Management Doesn’t Work. Exadata Requires ASM So Exadata Doesn’t Work.




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