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Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2012 10:00 AM
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BTW, did you mean that solutions like FastTrack work in "symphony" with hardware, not "sympathy" ??

Br, Mark Kromer


Sorry, a Freudian slip. Though having seen FastTrack perform its worth a fanfare.


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Jo Pattyn (7/16/2012)
Great article, will reread it twice


I've read this article more than once.

My experience is also of a lack of dialogue between SAN, DB and application guys.
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One of those I added to the Briefcase for reading later on.

So, two years later on, great article.

qh


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