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Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2019

It’s been remarkably 9 years since I’ve been to Oracle OpenWorld, but will finally get the opportunity to present there again this year (with many thanks to the Oracle ACE Director program for making this possible). Details of my presentation are as follows: Conference: Oracle OpenWorld Session Type: Conference Session Session ID: CON1432 Session Title: […]

AUSOUG Connect 2019 Conference Series

  AUSOUG will again be running their excellent CONNECT 2019 conference series this year at the following great venues: Monday 14th October – Rendezvous Hotel In Melbourne Wednesday 16th October –  Mercure Hotel in Perth As usual, there’s a wonderful lineup of speakers from both Australia and overseas including: Connor McDonald Scott Wesley Guy Harrison […]

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: My First Auto Index (Absolute Beginners)

I am SOOOO struggling with this nightmare block editor but here goes. Please excuse any formatting issues below: I thought it was time to show the new Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing feature in action and what better way than to go through how I created my first ever Automatic Index. To start, I create a […]

2019 Public Appearances (What In The World)

I’ll be presenting at a number of Oracle events over the remainder of the year. Details as follows: Oracle Open World – San Francisco (16-19 September 2019)

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Configuration (All I Need)

In this post, I’ll discuss how to configure the new Automatic Indexing capability introduced in Oracle Database 19c. The intent of Oracle here is to make the configuration of Automatic Indexing as simplistic as possible, with as few levers for DBAs to potentially stuff up as possible. The ultimate goal would be to have a […]

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Methodology Introduction (After Today)

For the past month or so I’ve been playing around extensively with the new Oracle 19c “Automatic Indexing” feature, so I thought it was time to start blogging about it. Considering it’s only in “Version 1” status, my initial impression is very positive in that it works extremely well doing at what it’s initially designed […]

Bitmap Index On Column With 212552698 Distinct Values, What Gives? (I’d Rather Be High)

In my previous post on Indexing The Autonomous Warehouse, I highlighted how it might be necessary to create indexes to improve the performance and scalability of highly selective queries, as it might on any Data Warehouse running on an Exadata platform. In the post, I created a Bitmap Index and showed how improve SQL performance […]

Indexing The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (Autobahn)

When the Autonomous Data Warehouse was initially released in March 2018, one of the notable restrictions was that it did not support typical Data Warehouse performance related structures such as Indexes, Partitioning or Materialized Views. The platform was deemed efficient enough to not require these features, which would unnecessarily complicate the autonomous environment. In September […]

Intro: Initial Thoughts On Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud Services (Automatic For The People)

I’m currently writing up a few blog pieces on indexing in the Oracle Autonomous Database environments, but I thought I’ll begin by introducing what exactly are Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud Services and some of my initial thoughts, as there’s still some confusion on all this. Introduced by Uncle Larry at Oracle OpenWorld 2017, Oracle Autonomous […]

Announcement: “Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning” Webinar – 9-12 July 2019 !!

I’m very excited to announce the first public running of my new “Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning” Webinar will run between 9-12 July 2019 (6pm-10pm AEST): Webinar Series 9-12 July 2019 (start 6pm AEST, end 10pm AEST):  This is a must attend seminar aimed at Oracle professionals (both DBAs and Developers) who are interested in Performance Tuning.  […]