Requirements, constraints, and assumptions

In any project planning exercise, whether it is via a pre-sales effort, internal project, or some other ¬†architecture definition for a system, very early in the planning stages there is a requirements gathering process that takes place. In general, these requirements classically can be segmented into two categories. Functional or Non-Fuctional requirements. Some other types … Continue reading Requirements, constraints, and assumptions

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Oracle don’t include this in the marketing material – SPARC T series servers have dismal single thread performance

I don't do new years resolutions. But having said that, I am going to blog more this year. ¬†In my day job I do a lot of research, and much of the time months later, the information is forgotten/not recorded/in a black hole. Or if I am lucky I have written it down or stored … Continue reading Oracle don’t include this in the marketing material – SPARC T series servers have dismal single thread performance