Exadata v/s Traditional Storage

My previous blog was on Exadata and I demonstrated the use of Oracle API’s to simulate Exadata Performance on a Traditional Storage. I am now all set to witness the actual performance benefits that Exadata Storage can provide, when compared to other storages. Currently, I am engaged for the same customer where I presented a Simulation that looked encouraging and this time, I am involved in a Benchmarking of an Entire Application Performance on the Exadata Box. The Application is a mix of OLTP and Batch processes and the results are awaited in next few days time. Would share some of the interesting facts soon.


About Vivek Sharma
I am an Oracle Professional from Mumbai (India). I blog on the issues that I feel is Interesting for my readers. Some of these are my real life examples, which I hope, you would find interesting. Comments are always a welcome. The Technical Observations & Views here are my own and not necessarily those of Oracle or its affiliates. These are purely based on my understandings, learnings and resolutions of various customer issues.

2 Responses to Exadata v/s Traditional Storage

  1. Anand says:

    Cool Sir!!!! All the best !!! and keep posting 🙂



  2. Nakul says:

    Waiting for the exadata results !! 🙂


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