Charles_Dane
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Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Community Discussion

Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Community Discussion


Oracle OpenWorld is right around the corner. What are you most excited for at OOW 2013 in San Francisco? We want to know! Have questions? We'll answer them.

Use this discussion thread to share what you're looking forward to, ask questions, and most importantly to share your experience at the show!

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ble1
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Does EMC plan to enhance further integration between DD and Exadata?  Can anything on that subject will be revealed at OOW?

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dynamox
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DDBoost support for Oracle 12c ?

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CarlosRojas
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Hrvoje,

Have you had the chance to play around with NW 8.1+NMDA 1.5+Exadata?

I think some improvements there would be beneficial. I didn't have the chance, that's why I'm asking

Thank you,

Carlos

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ble1
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NMDA 1.5 is something I will just start evaluate. Exadata is always around the corner, but not there and might not be. But I can assume that when deciding about storage in company you may either:

a) go for mid and high-end tier and serve your DBs that way

b) have DB appliances (HANA, Exadata, etc)

c) hybrid

Coming from backup corner, I would certainly question how well protected can they be without buying another one for the sake of mirror copy or backup repository, but rather having more traditional approach since I have PBBA,

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AnkitMehta
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EdSpaeny
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A few more details here

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RRR
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That's so cool. I think in-memory will conquer the world in the (near) future. No more hard drives, simply everything in memory.

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DileepMenta
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Nice

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walshe1
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Did Oracle have any choice to enter this market after SAP released Hana and SQLServer2012 enhancements? Still like Pivotal's in memory data grid strategy better.

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