A big thanks to all those who braved attending my session on the final day of Oracle Open World 2014. I hope you enjoyed it and found it valuable.
You can download the slide deck as well as the scripts I mentioned here.
As always, I would love to hear from you.
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. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/database/multitenant-part1-pdbs-2193987.html. 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.
Thank you all those who attended my session Cache Fusion Demystified.
As I mentioned, it was impossible to fit in a demo within that compressed 45 minute timeline. I put the details of the demo in a separate file with all the scripts and instructions that allows you to execute the demos at your own site.Download the slide deck as well as the scripts. In addition I have also written a whitepaper to explain the concepts clearer.
Download the slides, the paper, the demo scripts and instructions here.
I sincerely hope it demystified one of the most complex topics in Oracle RAC. As always, I would love to hear from you about your experience.
Only a week after Oracle OpenWorld concluded and I already feel like I’m hopelessly behind on posting news and impressions. Behind or not, I have news to share!
The most prominent feature announced at OpenWorld is the “In-Memory Option” for Oracle Database 12c. This option is essentially a new part of the SGA that caches tables in column formats. This is expected to make data warehouse queries significantly faster and more efficient. I would have described the feature in more details, but Jonathan Lewis gave a better overview in this forum discussion, so just go read his post.
Why am I excited about a feature that has nothing to do with Hadoop?
Isn’t that that time of the year again? Yes, it is — it’s time for our annual Oracle Bloggers Meetup and of course Oracle is piggybacking OpenWorld with the meetup again! ;) What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2011 When: Wed, 5-Oct-2011, 5:00pm Where: Main Dining Room, Jillian’s Billiards @ Metreon, 101 Fourth Street, San Francisco, CA [...]
Like most at OpenWorld, I started the day a tad later than usual after yesterday’s Appreciation Party. I decided to be a little adventurous with my first session and see a non-database related session on Application Integration Architecture as I have an interest in the issue. It was all actually quite interesting with discussions regarding [...]
Thankfully after a decent night’s sleep, I approached Day 4 at Oracle OpenWorld with more energy than I did yesterday. I probably had the most productive morning of the whole conference when I visited the various Oracle product booths in the Exhibition Hall at Moscone South and spoke to many of the database product managers and [...]
Started Day 3 waking up at 3am and staying awake until San Francisco decided to slowly light up. I have a feeling this summary will be a little briefer than previously … First up was my Unconference Q & A session at Parc 55 Hotel. Considering the overall “Javaness” of the venue and location, I was actually [...]