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UKOUG – A Deep Dive into the SQL Monitoring Report

The UK Oracle User Group Conference 2011 is just around the corner and I just realized that I haven’t yet highlighted this, other than the “I’m speaking” banner on my blog.  I’ll be speaking on one of my favorite and most used reports — the SQL Monitor Report.  Below are the session details [direct link].  Hope to see you there!

Presentation Title: A Deep Dive into the SQL Monitoring Report
Speaker: Mr Greg Rahn
Company: Oracle
Presentation abstract: The SQL Monitoring Report was introduced in Oracle Database 11g and has become the single most used diagnostic report by the Oracle Real-World Performance Group and Oracle database development for SQL statement performance issues. This session will start with a technical overview of the SQL Monitoring Report and what metrics and information it provides. From there we’ll deep dive into numerous examples from the field explaining how this report was used to diagnose and validate performance issues. There is a wealth of information in the SQL Monitoring Report and this session will provide the necessary knowledge to best leverage it.
Presentation begins: 05/12/2011 11:05
Presentation duration: 60
Presentation content level: 2 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)
Audience experience: All experience levels
Audience function: Product Expert, Product User
Speaker biography: Greg Rahn is a database performance engineer in the Real-World Performance Group at Oracle Corporation. He joined the Real-World Performance Group in 2004 and has been working with Oracle databases since 1997. His primary focus is performance and scalability for Oracle data warehouses, specializing in Parallel Execution and Query Optimizer subject areas.
Related topics: Oracle RDBMS: Features and Options, Oracle RDBMS: Performance Managment
Hall: Hall 5