- What exactly Exadata is
- Whether Oracle has made Exadata easy for customers to benchmark
- Exadata's pros and cons
- How Exadata compares to similar products from other vendors
- His advice for those considering purchasing Exadata
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Curt Monash has been a leading analyst of and strategic advisor to the software industry for a quarter-century. Since 1990 he has owned and operated Monash Research (formerly called Monash Information Services), an analysis and advisory firm covering software-intensive sectors of the technology industry. In that period he also has been co-founder, president, or chairman of several other technology startups. Curt writes and/or edits most Monash Research publications, including white papers, the Monash Letters (part of the Monash Advantage program) and the blogs DBMS2, Technologies, and Strategic Messaging. He has also served as a strategic advisor to many well-known firms, including Oracle, Microsoft, AOL, Teradata, and SAP.
|For more on Oracle Exadata|
- Read more about the unveiling of Oracle Exadata at Oracle OpenWorld
- Learn how Oracle applications users can benefit from Exadata in this podcast with OAUG president Raymond Payne