Upcoming events : RMOUG 2012

Even though the new year has just begun my calendar is already filling up with conferences. The first conference of the year is the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Groups Training days on Febuary 14 - 16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. It a great conference with over 700 attendee and some really great speakers. I am going to be delivering three session at this years conference:


On Wednesday February 15th at 1:15pm, in room 502 Tips to Prevent Suboptimal Execution Plans

In this session I use is how-to examples to answer questions like why an index wasn't used, why partition eliminations did not occur, why statistics were ignored, and many more. You will learn to identify and quickly resolve these issues without the need for optimizer hints or changing initialization parameters.



On Wednesday February 15th at 4pm in room 502 Inside the Oracle 11g Optimizer

With every new release of the Oracle Database the Optimizer and the statistics that feed it are enhance in the hope of producing more optimal execution plans. Navigating the new features and behavior changes can be a daunting task for a developer and a DBA. This session describes what changes were made in the Optimizer in 11g and how you can take advantage of the new features to achieve more optimal execution plans.



On Thursday February 16th at 4pm in room 506 Understanding and Managing Optimizer Statistics

In this session we will discuss why statistics are need, how they should be gathered, and describe strategies for managing statistics in various database environments.


Click here for more information or to register for RMOUG’s Training Days. Hope to see  you there!


+Maria Colgan



Comments:

Excellent session at RMOUG Today. Thanks

Lumakar

Posted by guest on February 16, 2012 at 09:02 PM PST #

Thanks Lumakar! Delighted to hear you found the session useful!

Posted by Maria Colgan on February 17, 2012 at 11:51 AM PST #

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