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Real Application Clusters was a big step forward for the Oracle database. With RAC, you could combine multiple physical database servers together to act like a single database, offering a new way to deploy and scale database servers. Automatic Storage Management, or ASM, extends a similar capability for storage. ASM was introduced with Oracle Database 10 g, and provides a way to combine multiple disks into larger logical units, reducing storage costs and simplifying management. In addition, like RAC, ASM delivers additional benefits, such as improving performance and availability and simplifying a number of key management tasks.
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all. There s nothing they can show you out there you haven t faced a hundred times before. Right This locker room speech, short as it is, embodies many of the leadership elements emphasized in this book. Vision: You re the only team in the history of the NFL to ever have this opportunity to win the Super Bowl twice. Pride: You are a proud football team. Challenge: This is a club that s gonna hit you. Discipline: Keep your poise. Mental toughness: They re gonna try and hit you, and you ve got to take it out of them. Motivation/Inspiration: everything you ve done is going to be small compared to this. Excellence: You are the World Champions. Passion: You ve got to be 40 tigers out there. Confidence: There s nothing they can show you out there you haven t faced a hundred times. Commitment: It s not going to come easy. Results: If you do that, there s no question what the answer s going to be in this ball game. This brings us to the final element of Lombardi s leadership model: results, the answer, the outcome, the ultimate effect. It all comes down to this all-important consequence of your leadership abilities. The absence of results renders your leadership meaningless. Bookstores are full of the debate about organizational structure: hierarchical or flat, centralized or decentralized, divisional or nondivisional, and everything in between. Yet it s not structure, but results, that truly make a leader. Leadership is not a position; it s a process that produces the desired results. If you don t produce results if you can t execute you are not a leader.
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