Nick Naughty wrote:You misunderstood the point I think.
Aman, billy all,
you guys said you are comparing mangoes with apples and then you go on saying that teradata is shared nothing architecture and oracle is shared everything. But the point here was Exadata Storage has been introduce to support oracle Datawarehousing capabilities and if you both architectures are for Datawarehousing so why not compare it.
Nick Naughty wrote:The correct term is "+Oracle Database Machine+" (as pointed out to me by Greg Rahn when I also referred to Exadata as storage plus database).
Can i call (Exadata + oracle RAC) with all its hardware =Exadata architecture OR oracle database machine. lets first decide it.