As part of the projects I work on at Oracle, it’s often ensuring that those customers that wish to deploy Enterprise Manager, (EM12c) to large environments, have the correct settings and are tuned to offer the best performance from the Oracle Management repository database, weblogic and up to the console URL’s accessed by users. This means that these large environments often receive recommendations from our experts that differ from what EM12c comes “out of (more...)
Metric thresholds have come a long way since I started working with OEM 10g. I remember how frustrating it could be if an ETL load impacted the metric values that had to be set for a given IO or CPU load for a database when during business hours, a much lower value would be preferable. Having to explain to the business why a notification wasn’t sent during the day due to the threshold (more...)
I’ve just returned from my honeymoon in Venice with the wonderful Tim Gorman, but before we enjoyed our week in this picturesque city, we spent a week doing joint keynotes and two sessions each on our own tech topics at these two incredible conferences in neighboring countries.
Yes, this is for my RMOUG abstract reviewers, but it may help other conferences and user groups, too. We have some incredible content at RMOUG, (Rocky Mtn. Oracle User Group) Training Days conference and its all due to a very highly controlled, thought out process that has evolved over time to ensure that we have an abstract selection process that is as fair as possible and offers new speakers opportunities as well.
I’m going to (more...)
We are deep into RMOUG’s abstract submissions and reviews, preparing for the following:
- Oct. 2nd- Close of Abstract Submissions
- Oct. 6th- Close of Abstract Reviews
- Oct. 10th- Schedule up for 2015 Training Days
With this weighing so heavily on my mind, I felt it might be a good time to put down on paper why I’m so proud of how RMOUG does it’s reviews and why this conference has such a great lineup. This (more...)