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To celebrate 2014 being my first full year at EMC, I want to share again the blogs I prepared that got viewed the most. Last January, I had no idea that I would get to go to EMC World in Las Vegas, present at VMworld Europe in Barcelona and finish off the year presenting at the UKOUG Conference in Liverpool. It’s been amazing, so here’s a reminder of my 12 most viewed blogs of 2014;
Throughout 2014, my intention has been to not only write about IT innovation at EMC, but also to provide technical overviews and details on implementing and supporting EMC solutions for Oracle. Very pleased to see some favourites of mine up there, with EMC ScaleIO, EMC XtremCache and EMC ProtectPoint featuring prominently.
Thanks must go to Larry Ellison for giving me the opportunity to write about his rather unusual comparison of Oracle FS1 and EMC XtremIO, and to you for taking it to #1!
2015 will likely be everything as BIG as 2014, while it’s not rocket science to predict 3 areas that Oracle DBAs should be expanding their horizons with, here’s my picks;
I will certainly be writing more about these and other areas of interest to Oracle DBAs in 2015, hopefully you have enjoyed many of my contributions and I welcome your comments and feedback below.
Throughout 2014 I was looking at how I could get some visibility on a theory that Oracle DBAs should embrace Oracle NoSQL 3.0 as our route to Big Data – In December, the UKOUG Conference gave me the opportunity to present a session in Liverpool (slides are available here). I hope to expand on that session this year and help Oracle DBAs avoid missing the boat to IDC’s 3rd Platform of IT!
All the best for 2015, Peter (@DBAStorage)
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