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DBFlash for Oracle - looking for beta testers

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(Apologies for duplicating posts to *.misc and *.tools; Google wasn't
co-operating .)

Confio Software, a Boulder-based system performance tools developer,
is preparing to announce our new DBFlash(TM) for Oracle version 4.6;
we need beta testers before our upcoming release, so we are looking
for a limited number of new sites interested in trying our new
version.

Qualifying sites should have:

- a significant number of Oracle-based applications in production
- seasoned Oracle DBAs interested in exploring the performance of
their internal or commercial applications
- willingness to spend several hours trying DBFlash for Oracle 4.6

What you get:

- Complimentary access to a tool that identifies root causes of
Oracle performance bottlenecks
- Deep visibility into how your applications impact the database
- Identification of problem SQLs and the wait time they impose on
users, sessions and programs

If interested, please send the following information to
mailto:be**@confio.com
Name
Title
Company
Mailing Address
telephone number
e-mail address
number of Oracle licenses

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Charles R Martin
Chief Architect
Confio Software, Inc.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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take it to c.d.o.Marketplace please.

Pete's
cr******@confio.com (Charlie Martin) wrote in message news:<cb**************************@posting.google. com>...
(Apologies for duplicating posts to *.misc and *.tools; Google wasn't
co-operating .)

Confio Software, a Boulder-based system performance tools developer,
is preparing to announce our new DBFlash(TM) for Oracle version 4.6;
we need beta testers before our upcoming release, so we are looking
for a limited number of new sites interested in trying our new
version.

Qualifying sites should have:

- a significant number of Oracle-based applications in production
- seasoned Oracle DBAs interested in exploring the performance of
their internal or commercial applications
- willingness to spend several hours trying DBFlash for Oracle 4.6

What you get:

- Complimentary access to a tool that identifies root causes of
Oracle performance bottlenecks
- Deep visibility into how your applications impact the database
- Identification of problem SQLs and the wait time they impose on
users, sessions and programs

If interested, please send the following information to
mailto:be**@confio.com
Name
Title
Company
Mailing Address
telephone number
e-mail address
number of Oracle licenses

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Charles R Martin
Chief Architect
Confio Software, Inc.

Jul 19 '05 #2

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cr******@confio.com (Charlie Martin) wrote in message news:<cb**************************@posting.google. com>...
(Apologies for duplicating posts to *.misc and *.tools; Google wasn't
co-operating .)
Apology not accepted, read the charter:
http://members.cox.net/oracleunix/ORACLECH.HTM

Posts such as yours go only in cdo.marketplace.

Confio Software, a Boulder-based system performance tools developer,
is preparing to announce our new DBFlash(TM) for Oracle version 4.6;


Geez, I don't know anyone lower than ORACLE7, and 8 is about to be
deprecated.

Pity about the name, lots of people don't like Flash. Don't see
DBFlash actually trademarked.

jg
--
@home.com is bogus.
http://tarr.uspto.gov/servlet/tarr?r...entry=71529387
Jul 19 '05 #3

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em********@yahoo.com (Pete's) wrote in message news:<67**************************@posting.google. com>...
take it to c.d.o.Marketplace please.

Pete's
cr******@confio.com (Charlie Martin) wrote in message news:<cb**************************@posting.google. com>...
(Apologies for duplicating posts to *.misc and *.tools; Google wasn't
co-operating .)

Confio Software, a Boulder-based system performance tools developer, [] Looking forward to hearing from you.


Charles R Martin
Chief Architect
Confio Software, Inc.


Hey pete,

I agree Charlie should post in marketplace, but if you are going to
post that then please snip his message. Otherwise he gets a second
shot ad for nothing.

Now is Confio the new OMLET?

Ed
Jul 19 '05 #4

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