Kevin Closson shared a presentation video titled “Critical Analysis meets Exadata” on Friday. It has 2 parts and takes about 45 minutes in total. As you may know, Kevin Closson is an Exadata guru, and in his presentation, he shows possible performance bottlenecks caused by the asymmetrical architecture of Exadata.

Here are the videos (please watch them in full-screen):

Part 1:

Part 2: This part includes Proof or Concept/Proof of Bottleneck, so be sure to watch this one!

Update 1) Genuine questions or identifying errata on the videos can be directed here!

Update 2) Tim Hall’s answer: Critical Analysis of “Critical Analysis Meets Exadata”

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