Oracle Performance Tuning with Solid State Disk
by Mike Ault, at al.
Publisher: Rampant Techpress 2009
Number of pages: 194
The increasing popularity of solid state disks is challenging DBAs to adapt their database performance tuning methodologies in order to optimize application performance and return on investment. This new book delivers up-to-the-minute practical guidance that empowers DBAs to target SSD technology to those database areas that will benefit most.
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