Oracle 12c

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Dallas Oracle User Group Performance & 12.2 New Features Technical Day

Just letting people in DFW area know that I’m speaking at the DOUG Performance & Tuning and 12.2 New Features Technical Day!

Time:

  • Thursday 20 October 2016 9:30am-5:30pm

Location: 

  • Courtyard & TownePlace Suites DFW Airport North/Grapevine, TX
    2200 Bass Pro Court|Grapevine, TX 76051 [map]

Speakers (Seven Oracle ACE Directors!):

  • Jim Czuprynski

  • Charles Kim

  • Cary Millsap

  • Dan Morgan

  • Kerry Osborne

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PeopleSoft on Oracle 12c

I was asked by Dan Iverson from psadmin.io about my experiences of PeopleSoft on Oracle 12c.  I have seen a number of PeopleSoft Financials systems on 12c recently.  Generally, the experience is very positive, but one common feature is that they had all disabled Adaptive Query Optimization.

What is Adaptive Query Optimization?

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Gluent New World: In-Memory Processing for Databases

As Gluent is all about gluing together the old world and new world in enterprises, it’s time to announce the Gluent New World webinar series!

The Gluent New World sessions cover the important technical details behind new advancements in enterprise technologies that are arriving into mainstream use.

These seminars help you to stay current with the major technology changes that are inevitably arriving into your company soon (if not already). You can make informed decisions about what to learn next – to still be relevant in your profession also 5 years from now.

Think about software-defined storage, open data formats, cloud processing, in-memory computation, direct attached storage, all-flash and distributed stream processing – and this is just a start!

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SQL Monitoring in Oracle Database 12c

Here’s my latest OOW presentation – SQL Monitoring in Oracle Database 12c:

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You can download all my scripts from http://blog.tanelpoder.com/files/

 

 

NB! If you want to move to the "New World" - and benefit from the awesomeness of Hadoop, without having to re-engineer your existing applications - check out Gluent, my new startup that will make history! ;-)

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My Oracle OpenWorld presentations

Oracle OpenWorld is just around the corner – I will have one presentation at OOW this year and another at the independent OTW event:

Connecting Oracle with Hadoop

Real-Time SQL Monitoring in Oracle Database 12c

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Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting v2.5 (with 12c stuff too)

It took a while (1.5 years since my last class – I’ve been busy!), but I am ready with my Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting training (version 2.5) that has plenty of updates, including some more modern DB kernel tracing & ASH stuff and of course Oracle 12c topics!

The online training will take place on 16-20 November & 14-18 December 2015 (Part 1 and Part 2).

The latest TOC is below:

Seminar registration details:

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RAM is the new disk – and how to measure its performance – Part 2 – Tools

[ part 1 | part 2 | part 3 ]

In the previous article I explained that the main requirement for high-speed in-memory data scanning is column-oriented storage format for in-memory data. SIMD instruction processing is just icing on the cake. Let’s dig deeper. This is a long post, you’ve been warned.

Test Environment

I will cover full test results in the next article in this series. First, let’s look into the test setup, environment and what tools I used for peeking inside CPU hardware.

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RAM is the new disk – and how to measure its performance – Part 1 – Introduction

[ part 1 | part 2 | part 3 ]

RAM is the new disk, at least in the In-Memory computing world.

No, I am not talking about Flash here, but Random Access Memory – RAM as in SDRAM. I’m by far not the first one to say it. Jim Gray wrote this in 2006: “Tape is dead, disk is tape, flash is disk, RAM locality is king” (presentation)

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OT: Some advice for beginning Oracle Database professionals

And if you don’t know Which to Do Of all the things in front of you, Then what you’ll have when you are through Is just a mess without a clue …
—Winnie the Pooh in The Tao of Pooh, by Benjamin Hoff
Excerpts from the first chapter of my just-released book Beginning Oracle Database 12 c Administration :

Thank you very much for buying this book (or for getting a legal copy). Database administrators have access to valuable and confidential data belonging to their...(read more)

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OT: New Oracle Database features spell doom and gloom for NoSQL

Oracle Corporation has released a slew of new features that allow Oracle Database implementations to catch up to, match up to, and leave in the dust NoSQL implementations in the areas of performance, scalability, and reliability (PSR).(read more)

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