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July 22, 2008


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Cloud Computing

I've been searching about Cloud Computing and reading your blog, I found your post very helpful :) . I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading.


Hello Guy,

please take first my apologies for contacting you as owner of the Yet Another Database Blog. As Oracle database professional you will be familiar with the advantages/disadvantages of Oracle tracefile analysis. So there is no need to waste your time with long explanations.

The company I work for is developing a tool named QueryAdvisor specialized on Oracle tracefile analysis. QueryAdvisor provides more information and allows easier access to tracefile data then TKPROF (alone or in combination with TRCSESS) or even TRCANLZR does.

We are now looking for DBAs and developers assisting as betatesters. We have chosen this approach to be sure that we will cover a huge amount of different Oracle database configurations (different hardware / releases / patch levels).

You will receive a free Administrator License without restrictions or further obligations for your participation in our betatest and/or writing an article. To avoid any misunderstanding - this is not a new approach to sell you something. We are talking about a free license in exchange of some of your time and experience - nothing more nothing less. We hope that this is a win win situation for both of us.

You will find additional information and the possibility to register as betatester at:

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If you like to do us a special favor - talk to your colleagues about our betatest and share the link.

We will take care that you will not be contacted a second time. Sorry for any inconvenience caused and thanks for your time.

Kind regards

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