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How Do I Freaking Scale Oracle?

Andrew Oliver for InfoWorld:

That said, many companies I work with have spent 20 years painting themselves into an Oracle corner. While they may have one eye on a brighter future, they still must ensure their Oracle database is high-performance and highly available — and scales as well as possible. Despite what you may read in NoSQL vendor marketing materials (or even in my blog [2]), it is possible to scale Oracle.

If you can actually find the answer to the question in the title, please teach me or give me links. This article left me in the dark. Or the only light I’ve seen involves way too many additional products that most probably cost a bit.

Original title and link: How Do I Freaking Scale Oracle? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.infoworld.com/print/212392