Sunday, November 20, 2011
The DBA SIG of the Northeast Oracle User Group has been revived (thank you, Lyson and Jeane) and I was honored to be the speaker of the first session of what I hope will be a long list of very successful like the old days.
I started at 7 PM and finished at midnight - a solid 5 hours later! Thank you for your patience. It just made my day to have you in the audience that late. I hope you found it useful.
Here is the slide deck and the scripts I used during my session. As in the past, I cherish the moments and will highly appreciate to have your feedback.
at 6:15 PM
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Congratulations to North East Oracle User Group in the Boston area who has restarted the DBA SIG. This was a highly successful program that used to be held after work hours on a weekday in the Oracle building in Burlington. I was privileged to have presented there from 2004 until its sad demise in 2009. Now, I am honored to be invited to be the first speaker in the revived program. I am presenting the session "Addressing Performance Issues during Change with Real Application Testing, Intelligent Stats and SQL Plan Baselines with Live Demos". More information here.
When: Nov 16th 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Where: Doubletree by Hilton at 5400 Computer Drive, Westborough, MA 01581
Food and drinks will be served.
The event is free to all NOUG members.
I will give away several Oracle books at the event for the best questions, etc.
If you plan on attending this, the organizers respectfully request that you RSVP to email@example.com immediately. They need some reasonably accurate headcount to order food and drinks, which is yet another reason to attend.
Abstract: Change is inevitable - be it applying a patchset or creating an index. In this session you will learn how to harness the power of three major features of Oracle database to improve the performance during any types of change, or at any other time. You will learn, with plenty of demos, how to configure and use Database Replay and SQL Performance Analyzer to predict performance, use extended statistics to make the optimizer more intelligent and use SQL Plan Baselines to make the performance consistent but open to further improvements.
As it has been the norm, I plan to explain these concepts and techniques with lots of live demos. If you are in the Boston area, I sincerely hope to see you all there. I have nothing but pleasant memories every one of the 5 times I have presented in that venue and expect nothing less this time.
at 3:41 PM