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November 11, 2011

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EMC Storage

That's really a fantastic post ! added to my favourite blogs list.. I have been reading your blog last couple of weeks and enjoy every bit. Thanks.

IT oklahoma

Wow, great article, I really appreciate your thought process and having it explained properly, thank you!

EMC Storage

Very insightful thanks, It's my opinion your followers would likely want much more posts that adheres to that carry on favorable content.

Jane

Really good analogy you made here! And it really makes sense. You have shown without a doubt what Exadata is not, that it is not an appliance. I do hope you get as much luck finding out what it really is though.

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