Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Sepaking at New York Oracle Users Group

I had the opportunity to speak at the New York Oracle Users Group (http://nyoug.org/info/metro_area_user_group/Metro_Area_User_Group_Meeting_Sep_2009_Agenda.pdf) today at Hotel New Yorker. I spoke about reucing the risk during the 10g to 11g upgrade using various tools and techniques available to us as a DBA. Here is the slide deck, if you are iterested.

Some of the technologies I have described during the talk have been explained in detail on various articles I have written. Here they are:

Database Replay: http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/08-jan/o18dbasereplay.html
SQL Performance Analyzer (SPA):
http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/08-mar/o28sqlperf.html
SQL Plan Management: http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/09-mar/o29spm.html

As always, I highly appreciate folks coming to me after the talk and provide the feedback. Please keep the feedbacks coming, via emails, phone calls, telepathy, whatever. I really look forward to them.

1 comment:

Sara Reid said...

I am going to be talking about RESTful services best practices. We are going to cover a broad set of topics ranging from REST fundamental concepts to RESTful services best practices and patterns. Specifically, we will explore how to implement Enterprise services capabilities such as Authentication, Authorization, Transactions, Versioning into RESTful services as well as how to overcome some of the RESTful services traditional challenges such as Low-REST support, service description, multi-format resources, etc. I've put together a bunch of demonstrations fundamentally based on WCF 3.5 but also touching other technologies such as ADO.NET Data Services and LINQ. Finally, I would like to spend a few minutes talking about how REST is influencing Microsoft's Connected Systems Technology stack and speculate a little bit on what we can expect to see on the near future.

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