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Oracle OpenWorld 2014 : Summary

OpenWorld 2014 was dominated by jet lag. Not that “special” type of Doug Burns jet lag, but the real stuff. As I mentioned in a previous post, having been ill in the 3 weeks leading up to OpenWorld, the jet lag hit me hard and I had nothing in reserve to get me through it. I’m now back in the UK and it is even worse. It’s 01:00 as I write this and I’ve been to sleep for about 3 hours. I’m now wide awake. It’s going to be a long day!

Apart from the jet lag, what was the overall message at OOW14?


OOW14 Session: RAC'fying Multitenant

Thank you for attending my session RAC'fying Multitenant at Oracle Open World 2014. You can download the slide deck here.

[Updated] Oct 4th, 2014: The article on multitenant I wrote for OTN is available here. This article shows various commands I referenced in my session, e.g. point in time recovery of PDBs.

As always I would love to hear from you.

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 : Wednesday

Another early start on Wednesday. I headed down to meet the Dbvisit gang for breakfast. FYI: I’m not paid to keep mentioning them and I don’t work for them. They are just a great group of people who I really like, so when I get a chance to meet up with them I do. :)

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 : User Group Sunday

Sunday started with the walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was meant to be a run, but a few of us lazy folk met up early and walked it instead. I did run about 5 paces, so I don’t feel quite so guilty about having a “I ran the bridge” type T-shirt. :)

OOW14 Session: SQL Tuning Without Trying

Many thanks to all those who attended my session "SQL Tuning without Trying" at Oracle Open World 2014 #oow14. I hope you found the session useful.

If you want to download the slide deck, here it is. As always, I would really, really like to hear from you.

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 : ACE Director Briefing – Day 1

As I’m sure many of you will know, “the first rule of ACED is to constantly talk about ACED”. So every year they put us in a room for the 2 day ACED Briefing where “the first rule of the ACED Briefing is don’t talk about the ACED Briefing”. You can guess, this is going to be devoid of spoilers! :)

I think it is safe to say, the main focus areas of Oracle OpenWorld 2014 are reasonably predictable, but a number of the announcements related to those areas of focus are not so predictable! I think there will be something for everyone next week! That’s all I’m going to say about the ACED Briefing content! :)

Now for opinion time. This is obviously affected by what I heard during the day, but also what has been happening for the last couple of years…

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 – XML and JSON presentations, meetings and Hands-On Labs

Oracle OpenWorld is about to start and I am looking forward to it. This year…