I’ve had a lot of people email and message me asking me what I’m doing with the Raspberry Pi and I wanted to share before the actual RMOUG Quarterly Education Workshop, (QEW) this Friday at Elitches.
I’m at HotSos Symposium 2015 speaking this week, so thought I would blog about the results of the conference I’m the director of and that finished up just two weeks ago. I’m not admitting to being overwhelmed by OEM questions here, as I’m rather enjoying it. I love seeing folks so into Enterprise Manager and look forward to more! Keep the ideas for more blog posts coming!
I will be talking in Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group Training Days 2015( http://www.rmoug.org), with live demos (hopefully there will be no failures in the demo). My topics are:
Feb 17: Deep dive: 3:15PM to 5:15PM – RAC 12c optimization: I will discuss RAC global cache layer in detail with a few demos. You probably can’t find these deep Global Cache layer details anywhere else :)
Feb 19: Wednesday: 2:45PM to 3:45PM – Advanced UNIX tools: I will discuss both Solaris and Linux advanced tools to debug deep performance issues.
Feb 19: Wednesday: 12:15PM – 1:15PM – Exadata SIG panel with Alex Fatkulin.
Come to Denver. Come on, it won’t be cold ( I think :) )
In the next few days I’ll be at RMOUG 2012 training days! and I’ll be again presenting the topic so dear to my heart. Mining the AWR ;) I’ve updated the material with a couple of new research and findings, some of them are as follows:
So if you are attending the RMOUG training days, stop by at my session @ room 401 Thursday 9:45 am-10:45 am
I will be leaving to Denver in few days to talk about the following presentations in RMOUG 2012. Stop by and say hello to me if you intend to attend RMOUG training days.
My sessions in RMOUG 2012 are
Hope to see you there.
I’m following up on a conference almost half a year later — try to bet that! Actually, this blog post was written more than 3 months ago and was sitting in my drafts waiting the moment I understand why I really wrote it. 3 months later… I still don’t know but I thought I should [...]
My favorite mode of life is being busy doing something that I enjoy and that I know, beyond a doubt, is the Right Thing to be doing. Any hour I get to spend in that zone is a precious gift.
I’ve been in that zone nearly continuously for the past three weeks. I’ve been doing two of my favorite things: lots of consulting work (helping, earning, and learning), and lots of software development work (which helps me help, earn, and learn even faster).
I’m looking forward to the next four weeks, too, because another Right Thing that I love to do is talk with people about software performance, and three of my favorite events where I can do that are coming right up:
Happy New Year.
It’s been a busy few weeks. I finally have something tangible to show for it: “Mastering Performance with Extended SQL Trace” is the new paper I’ve written for this year’s RMOUG conference. Think of it a 15-page update to chapter 5 of Optimizing Oracle Performance.
There’s lots of new detail in there. Some highlights:
The paper is only 13 pages long, and I think you’ll be pleased with its information density. Here is the table of contents: