Exadata Customer Case Study at Oracle OpenWorld

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Update 14-September:: if you’re looking for one more reason to attend, one lucky attendee will receive a 45-minute flight on the Oracle Challenger with Sean D. Tucker, courtesy of Team Oracle and Pythian.

As I work on putting together slides, I’d like to remind you all of my Oracle OpenWorld 2010 presentation, a customer case study migrating a complex data warehouse environment to Exadata. I’ll be presenting along with Michael Aldrich of LinkShare and Aiman al-Khammash of Oracle, and focusing on our own experience with Exadata, lessons learned, and advice for others choosing to implement Exadata.

The session will begin at half past noon on Monday in Moscone South, room 308. Here’s a link to import it into your calendar in ICS format

Interested in working with Marc? Schedule a tech call.

About the Author

Marc is a passionate and creative problem solver, drawing on deep understanding of the full enterprise application stack to identify the root cause of problems and to deploy sustainable solutions. Marc has a strong background in performance tuning and high availability, developing many of the tools and processes used to monitor and manage critical production databases at Pythian. He is proud to be the very first DataStax Platinum Certified Administrator for Apache Cassandra.

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Attend Implementing Exadata @OOW10 & Win a Flight with Team Oracle. | The Pythian Blog
September 13, 2010 7:40 pm

[…] Pythian’s Marc Fielding and LinkShare’s Mike Aldrich for Implementing Exadata – A Case Study and you’ll find out how on Monday September 20th at 12:30pm […]

Lucky winners of the Exadata flight giveaway | The Pythian Blog
September 21, 2010 1:43 pm

[…] to Chris Marlowe of Oppenheimer Funds and Bill Mitchell of Alliant Energy, attendees to my Exadata session yesterday.  Both are lucky winners of the a flight with the inimitable Sean D Tucker and the […]


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