Oracle OpenWorld 2010: The Oracle Real-World Performance Group

Now that Oracle OpenWorld 2010 is just under 70 days away I thought I would take a moment to mention that the Oracle Real-World Performance Group will again be hosting three sessions.   This year I think we have a very exciting and informative lineup of sessions that are a must-attend for those wanting to see and hear Oracle Database performance insight right from Oracle’s own performance engineers.  Hope to see you there!

And for those who are interested, there will likely be many discussions about the Oracle Database Machine and Oracle Exadata.  Very hot stuff!

Session ID: S317164 (Monday 2:00PM)
Session Title: The Latest Real World Performance Challenges
Session Abstract: Oracle’s Real-World Performance Group — the group that first presented at Oracle OpenWorld parallel query techniques with partitions, the index-less database, cardinality challenges with the optimizer, over-processed databases and connection storms — this year presents the performance issues before you experience them and how to plan for future projects with success. All topics discussed in this session come from the Real-World Performance Group’s observations and problem solving.
Session ID: S317166 (Monday 5:00PM)
Session Title: Real-World Performance Panel Session
Session Abstract: This session is your chance, via written questions, to ask a panel stacked full of real-world performance talent all those questions to which you’ve just wanted to get a simple answer. You can write your questions on postcards available in the meeting room. Please focus on performance topics and not system debugging! 
Session ID: S317165 (Tuesday 2:00PM)
Session Title: Oracle Database Performance Secrets Finally Revealed
Session Abstract: Have you ever seen a real-world database performance engineer solve Oracle Database performance problems? Wouldn’t you like to know all the performance secrets they know? In this session, real-world database performance engineers will go over many of the performance secrets they use to get extreme performance out of Oracle Database. Not only will they tell you about these secrets but they will demo them for you as well. This session is specifically for those wanting to advance their database performance knowledge and experience.

 

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  1. Pingback: What’s Really Happening at OpenWorld 2010? « Kevin Closson’s Oracle Blog: Platform, Storage & Clustering Topics Related to Oracle Databases

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