Oracle Exadata Database Machine Warehouse Architectural Comparisons

Oracle Exadata Database Machine Warehouse Architectural Comparisons

Exadata is Oracle’s fastest growing new product. Much of the growth of Exadata has come at the expense of specialized data warehouse appliance vendors. These vendors have published competitive comparisons to Exadata, claiming: Architecture is what really matters for performance, Purpose-built data warehousing architectures perform best, They see architecture as an end in itself rather than as a means to an end. Read on.

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