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Thank you all those who attended my session Cache Fusion Demystified.
As I mentioned, it was impossible to fit in a demo within that compressed 45 minute timeline. I put the details of the demo
in a separate file with all the scripts and instructions that allows you to execute the demos at your own site.Download the slide deck
as well as the scripts. In addition I have also written a whitepaper
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Disclosure: I'm attending Openworld at the invitation of the OTN ACE Director program who are paying for my flights, hotel and conference fee. My employer has helpfully let me attend on work time, as well as sending other team mates because they recognise the educational value of attending. Despite that, all of the opinions expressed in these posts are, as usual, all my own.
The first day of the ACE D briefing was a bit (more...)
Are you going to be at Oracle OpenWorld this year? If so we have a lot of activities that you should know all abdout our Focus-On Mobile stream. First and foremost - here is a summary of all the ADF/JDev/MAF activities - this will help you plan your schedule.
A few things to call out:
Sunday ODTUG and ADF Enterprise Methodology Group User sessions
Continuing the tradition ODTUG with ADF EMG
are running back (more...)
Enkitec’s Sizing and Provisioning (eSP) is a new internal tool designed and developed with Oracle Engineered Systems in mind. Thanks to the experience and insights from Randy Johnson, Karl Arao and Frits Hoogland, what began as a pet project for some of us, over time became an actual robust APEX/PLSQL application, developed by Christoph Ruepprich and myself, and ready to debut at Oracle Open World 2014.
This posting is about eSP, what it does, and (more...)
Here is how big it was in 2013. Compare it to its size in 2012. It is safe to assume that it will be bigger in 2014!
I will attend this year’s event by invitation from the Oracle ACE Program. Prior to the start of the conference, I will be attending a two day product briefing with product teams at Oracle HQ. It’s like a mini OpenWorld but only for Oracle ACE Directors.
During the (more...)
Head to the Content Catalog and start downloading your favorite sessions. No registration needed. Sessions will be available for download until March 2014.
Note that some presenters chose not to make their sessions available.
Via the Oracle OpenWorld Blog.
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I'm going to be busy.
Here's my list of events:
- I arrive in San Francisco on Saturday around 1 PM. If you're arriving at around the same time, let me know, we can share a cab into the city.
- Beer. After arriving I plan on finding a very cold (more...)
Tom Kyte on many new Database 12c features: http://t.co/z98lLxHH Via: (https://twitter.com/lucasjellema/status/257019546974683136) Filed under: DB Architecture, Oracle 12c, plsql Tagged: LinkedIn, New Features, OOW, Oracle 12c, Tom Kyte
Oracle Open world 2012 is already past and I’m back in Europe. Here is just a quick wrap up of my involvements at OOW 2012.
Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Application Development (UGF10464)
For the fourth time, the Live FMW Application Development show has been held. This time at Oracle (more...)
I would like to thank all the attendees for attending my session "Very Large Databases (VLDB): Challenges and Opportunities". I am glad, the hall was full to it's capacity. :)
You may download the presentation by logging into OOW-2012 schedule builder.
I request all the attendees to kindly rate my session by logging into OOW: Schedule Builder.
See you all !!!
This years visit to Oracle Open World is for me the best of both worlds. First of all I get to attend one of the biggest, if not the biggest, IT conferences in the world. Second, I have two presentations. Both are on Sunday afternoon. The first one is a (more...)
I just landed yesterday for Oracle Openworld Today. Oracle Openworld this year is a not to miss experience specially for Database junkies. Oracle is supposed to talk about New Databases , New Hardware, New applications , New Everything and i'm guessing C is the letter of the conference. Please note (more...)
This year the slogan is ... "Engineered for Innovation" According to the slogan is the kind of surprise Larry Ellison will have prepared for the Oracle community, so if you have some intuition and track the recent history of Oracle you may guess what the surprise from the big boss is about.
Larry Ellison entered in his own personal style, and the first phrase that he pronounced gave the guideline to what this was about ... he said "Sometime back when we bought Sun the customers said that Oracle was already into the hardware business, but we didn't receive the memo" ... referring (more...)