1 post • joined 1 Oct 2012
Re: In Memory != Exadata
"Oh yeah? Then why pay all that money in Exadata storage licenses (which are licensed per disk)?
And as for including 10x compression in the capacity figures... Meh."
"almost" is the key word.
There are data application hardly accessed but still needs to be stored. For frequently used data, it is likely in memory and/or in flash.
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