Thanks to the many attendees that came to my presentation "Oracle 12c Parallel Execution New Features" at the DOAG conference 2015. You can download the presentation material here in Powerpoint of PDF format, as well as check the Slideshare upload.
Note that the Powerpoint format adds value in that sense that many of the slides come with additional explanations in the notes section.
This is just a friendly reminder that I'll be talking at this year's DOAG Oracle conference about "Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" on Thursday, the 22nd of November, "Raum 1" at 13:00.
Additionally, I've reserved a slot at the "Unconference" (15:00 the same day) where I plan to present some of the interesting stuff that I cover as part of my "Parallel Execution Masterclass".
And soon the technical content will be back at this blog where I have lots of interesting stuff in the pipeline, mainly covering Parallel Execution topics.
This year again I'm going to present at the DOAG 2012 conference in November. Since it is a popular topic I decided to talk about "Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" there, too. According to the official schedule the presentation will take place on Thursday, the 22nd of November, "Raum 1" at 13:00.
Like last year, I'll also try to do some Unconference sessions in addition - if it is going to take place, which I don't know yet.
I'll post some updates as soon as I know more details.
I'll be presenting at two upcoming webinars:
1. "Oracle Cost-Based Optimizer Basics" hosted by AllThingsOracle.com on Wednesday, 11th April 2012 16:00 (UK Time).
In this session I'll explain the key concepts that influence the decisions of the Oracle Cost-Based Optimizer most. If you want to understand the key concepts about how to write efficient queries and why the optimizer sometimes might not come up with a reasonable execution plan, then this session is for you.
Note that the webinar is free and registrants will receive a recording afterwards. Here is the link to the official AllThingsOracle.com landing page. Thanks to AllThingsOracle.com for hosting this session.
Here is an abstract of the session: