For those of you who will be attending Oracle OpenWorld 2007 and have interests in the database performance area, I would recommend to you to try and attend the Real-World Performance Group Roundtable session. The session starts with a brief “Hot List” of performance issues that have been predominant in the field over the last year and then the panel will be taking questions collected from the audience.
|Session Title:||Roundtable: The Real-World Performance Group|
|Session Abstract:||In this annual database performance review from the Real-World Performance Group, a discussion of today’s issues precedes a panel discussion in which the audience is invited to debate today’s challenges, including the following: optimizer plans and management, I/O issues, session and cursor management, effective system architectures, and capacity planning. This is your chance to interact with the Real-World Performance Group.|
|Track:||TECHNOLOGY, Business Intelligence ; TECHNOLOGY, Database; TECHNOLOGY, Enterprise Management; TECHNOLOGY, Linux and Open Source Solutions; TECHNOLOGY|
|Focus Areas:||Grid Computing; High Availability; Manageability; Performance and Scalability; Storage Management|
|Session Type:||Conference Session|
|Audience Level:||All Audiences|
|Speaker(s)/Company:||Mike Hallas, Oracle; Andrew Holdsworth, Oracle; Sushil Kumar, Oracle; Greg Rahn, Oracle; Graham Wood, Oracle|