There is only one month to go until Oracle Open World, the largest gathering of Oracle customers, partners, developers, and technology enthusiasts, which begins on September 28th in San Francisco. Of course the In-Memory development group will be there and you will have multiple opportunities to meet the team, in one of our technical sessions, or at the Oracle demogrounds.
This year the In-Memory team has 4 technical sessions and there are a number of excellent customers sessions too;
- Monday, September 29rd at 1:30pm Oracle Database In-Memory: The Next Big Thing
Session CON7247 at Moscone South - room 103
Juan Loaiza explains in detail what motivated Oracle to develop this new technology and provides a clear understanding of how this unique “dual format” architecture works.
- Tuesday, September 30th at 12:00pm Top Five Things to Know About Oracle Database In-Memory
Session CON7248 at Moscone South - room 104
During this session myself and several of the customers who have tested Oracle Database In-Memory will share our top tips for getting started with Oracle Database In-Memory and the best use cases.
- Tuesday, September 30th at 3:45pm Oracle In-Memory: The Game Changer in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Session CON5193 at Moscone South - room 102
In this presentation, Holger Friedrich assesses the application of the In-Memory columnar
store to the areas of data warehousing and business intelligence.
- Tuesday, September 30th at 5:00pm Oracle Multitenant Meets Oracle Database In-Memory
Session CON7306 at Moscone South - room 102
Patrick Wheeler product manager for Oracle Multitenant, Keith Laker product manager for Data Warehousing and myself explain how Oracle Multitenat and Oracle Database In-Memory can be used to get the most out of your Enterprise Data Warehouse.
- Wednesday, October 1st at 2:00pm Oracle Database In-Memory: Under the Hood
Session CON8367 at Moscone South - room 104
Tirthankar Lahiri, head of the In-Memory development team, provdies an insiders view of the technology underlying Oracle Database In-Memory. It shows how the novel in-memory dual format avoids the trade-offs inherent in single-format databases and enables both super fast analytics and online transaction processing (OLTP).
- Wednesday, October 1st at 4:45pm Oracle Database In-Memory: How Do I Choose Which Tables to Use It For?
Session CON6558 at Moscone South - 305
Christo Kutrovsky, answers some of the most pressing questions customers have when they discover Oracle Database In-Memory such as 'How do you find which tables need In-Memory and how you find the tables that would benefit the most?
- Thursday, October 2nd at 9:30am Top Five Things to Know About Oracle Database In-Memory
Session CON7248 at Moscone South - room 104
During this session myself and several of the customers who have tested Oracle
Database In-Memory will share our top tips for getting started with Oracle Database In-Memory and the best use cases.
- Thursday, October 2nd at 10:45am Oracle Database In-Memory in Action
Session CON6812 at Moscone South - room 104
In this session Kerry Osborne and Tanel Poder share some astounding performance results for real-time queries scanning multiterabyte data sets in memory.
- Thursday, October 2nd at 12:00pm Oracle Database In-Memory Meets Oracle Optimizer
Session CON7639 at Moscone South - room 102
Mohamed Zait and Bud Endress from Oracle explain the enhancements made to the Oracle Optimizer to make it fully In-Memory aware.
- Thursday, October 2nd at 12:00pm How Oracle Database In-Memory Can Improve Performance in Financial Services
Session CON3924 at Moscone South - room 102
In this session Gerard Schaller examples how Oracle Database In-Memory improves the performance of Financial services products.
- Thursday, October 2nd at 1:15pm Using the In-Memory Columnar Store to Perform Real-Time Analysis of CERN Data
Session CON4731 at Moscone South - room 104
To help physicists at CERN analyze their data more efficiently, a study was done of the use of Oracle Database In-Memory technology to store and analyze data recorded by the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.
If you have burning questions related to the new Oracle Database In-Memory, you can ask them at the In-Memory demo booth in the Database area of the demogrounds in Moscone South. You will find our booth on the left hand side, booth number SLD-134. Members of the In-Memory development team will be there Monday to Wednesday from 9:45am until 5:30pm.
You may even be able to pick up an In-Memory bumper sticker. More details on the bumper stickers in my next post!
The full searchable OOW catalog is on-line, so start planning your trip today! Maria Colgan+