Don't miss the first ever Ask TOM Office Hours session for Oracle Advanced Compression. What is Ask TOM? Ask The Oracle Masters (or AskTOM for short), is where you get definitive answers for your Oracle questions from experts that work directly on the database products within Oracle Corporation. (see here for more information about Ask Tom)
Details about the Ask TOM Advanced Compression session:
The focus of the Advanced Compression session will be on Basic Compression, OLTP Table Compression and Advanced Row Compression. The Advanced Compression Ask TOM session is scheduled for Thursday, August 9th at 3pm PDT. See here for details!
Also, if you are attending the East Coast Oracle Users Conference (ECO) 2018 in September, please do not miss an opportunity to gain insights about Oracle compression and learn how to get the best out of Oracle compression.
Details about the topic of my ECO 2018 session:
Compression Usage Insights – Getting the Best Out of Oracle Compression
Understanding how Oracle Database data and index compression works, and what has changed in the latest versions, can help you in getting the best results with Oracle Compression. Join Oracle Product Management in this session to gain insights regarding when compression occurs during bulk loads and DML inserts/updates, when to use Index Key (prefix) Compression versus Advanced Index Compression, how to track compression using AWR’s as well as recent Advanced Row Compression and Hybrid Columnar Compression enhancements with Oracle Database. This session is the perfect opportunity to get all your compression questions answered by Product Management.
Speaker: Gregg Christman, Oracle Product Management
Details about date, time and location of my session at ECO 2018:
Tuesday, September 18, 2018, 1:15pm until 2:15pm (Grand Ballroom 2, 3)
Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown Hotel
3415 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh, NC 27609
For more information, or to see the agenda, or to register (see here)
In my next blog, we will continue discussing common compression questions.
The database storage optimization adventure continues!