Getting started with tuning your SOA/BPM database using AWR

In order to continue to get good performance from your SOA or BPM 11g server, you will want to periodically check your database – the one you are storing your SOAINFRA schema in – to see if there are any performance issues there.

This article provides a very brief introduction to the use of the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) in the Oracle Database and what to look for in the reports for your SOA/BPM environment.

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This is the blog for the Oracle FMW Architects team fondly known as the A-Team. The A-Team is the central, technical, outbound team as part of the FMW Development organization working with Oracle's largest and most important customers. We support Oracle Sales, Consulting and Support when deep technical and architectural help is needed from Oracle Development.
Primarily this blog is tailored for SOA issues (BPEL, OSB, BPM, Adapters, CEP, B2B, JCAP)that are encountered by our team. Expect real solutions to customer problems, encountered during customer engagements.
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