Lack of training and information on Oracle’s Exadata platform is proving a headache among some users, and the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) is moving to address concerns over the next 18 months. Speaking to The Register, IOUG president Andy Flower explained that while the industry was certainly interested in the platform …
I didnt realise the IOUG had hired the English cricket coach to talk about Exadata. Things must be bad!
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