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I have read articles and specs on Exadata before, but now I have had the opportunity to assist to an Exadata Hands-On workshop. I’m writing these impressions without talking too much about the specs, they are everywhere, some links here. … Continue reading
The new Exadata 2, full with the SUN branding on it now brings new technology like the Sun FlashFire cards: “Exadata Smart Flash Cache addresses the disk random I/O bottleneck problem by transparently moving hot data to Sun FlashFire cards. … Continue reading