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Exalogic is an impressive piece of hardware offering immense performance. However the smallest configuration is 96 cores, 768 GB memory and a 40TB SAN... way bigger than many smaller customers could imagine using (even including test environments).
This session takes a look at how you could use modern server technology, such as blades, to build a smaller version of Exalogic, and yet still benefit from some of the cost savings from sophisticated automation. This will include a case study of a mid-sized installation where these techniques have been used.
Delivered on 5 December 2011 at UKOUG 2011 by Simon Haslam.
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