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Month: February 2017

Aws s3 outage

Aws s3 outage

Today our aws friends suffered from an outage. This raises some questions.  Suppose your entire organization is built on cloud products. All of them are closely related. This means a total outage for the organization.  What about costs? Personally I am not an aws user, but would this outage be like “sorry dear customer, but you’re going to pay even we had this unplanned outage”. If you’re mission critical, let’s say you’re end users are depending on it. Would it…

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Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s Cloudy for others

Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s Cloudy for others

First of all, I ‘d like to mention that this draft has been put back from schedule several times over and over again. Asking myself the question, should I really do this? But then again … This is a blog, a very personal humble opinion and you should not agree with me, I can be wrong, I can be right. The truth is probably in between. So, the title “Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s cloudy for others”,…

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Memo to Self: Recap cellsrvstat

Memo to Self: Recap cellsrvstat

Sometimes I ask myself “how did that work again”, so I decided to document this every time I have this feeling. With some links to the documentation, easy commands,… you got the picture. First one today, new customer, new environment, to get some feeling with the cells, I used cellsrvstat. Documentation reference (here ). Cellsrvstat is also part of the exawatcher on the cells. A basic overview of the command. If you log on to the cells as root, it…

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UKOUG Ireland 2017

UKOUG Ireland 2017

Once more I’d like to thanks my colleague and friend Philippe Fierens (@pfierens and http://pfierens.blogspot.be ) for convincing me to speak at conferences about the things I do for customers. Last year, 2016, it all started at UKOUG Ireland. I am lucky to be selected this year again! I’m speaking at this years OUG Ireland event! (agenda) My first talk is the first day at 14:15h and will tell you all you’d like to know about ovm. It’s called: OVM on Exadata : Living in a virtual…

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A warm welcome to exadata SL6-2

A warm welcome to exadata SL6-2

Last years Oracle Openworld, uncle Larry announced the sparc based exadata SL6-2, so this means that we have to give the sparc chips a warm welcome to the Exadata family. During the conference I wrote 2 blogposts. You can find them here and here. To recap, a little picture of the new one in the family: Nowadays, we’re used to the big X for the exadata’s. This is for the x86 infrastructure they are running on. So SL stands for “Sparc…

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