Oracle OpenWorld 2007: The Real-World Performance Group

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 Details

Session ID: S291306
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
Duration: 60 minutes
Room:  
Speaker(s)/Company: Mike Hallas, Oracle; Andrew Holdsworth, Oracle; Sushil Kumar, Oracle; Greg Rahn, Oracle; Graham Wood, Oracle

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