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January 2001

Advanced Oracle SQL Tuning Training

When I delivered a previous version of this class last, it was year 2013 and the latest Oracle version was 11.2. Since plenty of people have asked if I ever do this training again - and now that Oracle 18c is out with a lot of new (and adaptive) stuff added since version 11, I’ve decided to update the material and run it again as an online training class :)

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seminars@poderc.com I will send out the slides, scripts and webinar joining instructions on the week before the class starts.
There’s more info and instructions on how to prepare for the online classes on the seminars page when you scroll down:

Practical Linux Performance and Application Troubleshooting Training

Training overview The emphasis of this class is on practical application troubleshooting and Linux OS performance tuning techniques. We’ll be using scripts and tools that you can use on any Linux machine whenever a problem happens, without having to first install a complex layer of monitoring tools.
At the same time, we will go way beyond what the classic sysadmin tools (like vmstat, iostat, top) have to offer. We will use a process/thread-level sampling approach instead of system wide averages and drill down into application activity from there.

Advanced Oracle SQL Tuning Training

When I delivered a previous version of this class last, it was year 2013 and the latest Oracle version was 11.2. Since plenty of people have asked if I ever do this training again - and now that Oracle 18c is out with a lot of new (and adaptive) stuff added since version 11, I’ve decided to update the material and run it again as an online training class :)

Confirmation

Success! Thanks for signing up for my class!
You will receive an email with the payment receipt from Paypal that confirms your attendance. If you don’t see this email, please check your spam folder. In case of any questions, please email:
seminars@poderc.com I will send out the slides, scripts and webinar joining instructions on the week before the class starts.
There’s more info and instructions on how to prepare for the online classes on the seminars page when you scroll down:

Practical Linux Performance and Application Troubleshooting Training

Training overview The emphasis of this class is on practical application troubleshooting and Linux OS performance tuning techniques. We’ll be using scripts and tools that you can use on any Linux machine whenever a problem happens, without having to first install a complex layer of monitoring tools.
At the same time, we will go way beyond what the classic sysadmin tools (like vmstat, iostat, top) have to offer. We will use a process/thread-level sampling approach instead of system wide averages and drill down into application activity from there.