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March 18, 2012

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Steve

"And in terms of the ability to perform snaps, clones, and so forth of the Oracle database once it is on our array, EMC's arrays contain features that easily meet those offered by NetApp."

Really? Since when have EMC arrays been able to offer hundreds of zero-overhead clones of the database that can be used for testing with virtually zero additional disk space requirements (using FlexClone).

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