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Re: Does Oracle 10g make the Application Server (almost) insignificant?

From: Niall Litchfield <n-litchfield_at_audit-commission.gov.uk>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 10:04:14 -0000
Message-ID: <4031e71e$0$10342$ed9e5944@reading.news.pipex.net>


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Niall Litchfield
Oracle DBA
Audit Commission UK
"Dan Koren" <dankoren_at_yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:403119c9$1_at_news.meer.net...

> "Daniel Morgan" <damorgan_at_x.washington.edu> wrote in message
> news:1076690008.80174_at_yasure...
> > Ron wrote:
> >
> > > Hello Niall,
> > >
> > > All depends on scale and scope of application. When It is coming to
> > > real-world implementation things don't scale like in theory.
> > >
> > > For example you may need 10 database servers just to support user
> > > sign-ins and registrations.
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > > Ron
> >
> > At Boeing a few years back, when the company had more than
> > 200,000 employees, it was all handled with a single server.
> > And we often had 10,000 simultaneous connections: Ask me
> > how I know. ;-)
> >
> > How many simultaneous users do you need to require 10 database
> > servers to support user sign-ins and registrations? And where
> > has this been implemented?
> >
> >
> They probably do a full CAT scan and
> DNA mapping of each user to allow
> them to log in.
> > >
> dk
> >
Received on Tue Feb 17 2004 - 04:04:14 CST

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