By OTN ArchBeat on Jun 27, 2013
It's been a while since we checked in on what people are watching on the Oracle Technology Network YouTube Channel. Here are the Top 10 video for the last 30 days.
- Tom Kyte: Keeping Up with the Latest in Database Technology
Tom Kyte expands on his keynote presentation at the Great Lakes Oracle Conference with tips for developers, DBAs and others who want to make sure they are prepared to work with the latest database technologies.
- That Jeff Smith: Oracle SQL Developer
Oracle SQL Developer product manager Jeff Smith (yeah, that Jeff Smith) talks about his presentations at the Great Lakes Oracle Conference and shares his reaction to keynote speaker C.J. Date's claim that "SQL dropped the ball."
- Gwen Shapira: Hadoop and Oracle Database
Oracle ACE Director Gwen Shapira @gwenshap talks about the fit between Hadoop and Oracle Database and dives into the details of why Oracle Loader for Hadoop is 5x faster.
- Kai Yu: Virtualization and Cloud
Oracle ACE Director Kai Yu talks about the questions he is most frequently asked when he does presentations on cloud computing and virtualization.
- Mark Sewtz: APEX 4.2 Mobile App Development
Application Express developer Marc Sewtz demos the new features he built into APEX4.2 to support Mobile App Development.
- Jeremy Schneider: RAC Attack
Oracle ACE Jeremy Schneider @jer_s describes what you can expect when you come to a RAC (Real Application Cluster) Attack.
- Frits Hoogland: Exadata Under the Hood
Oracle ACE Director Frits Hoogland (@fritshoogland) talks about the secret sauce under Exadata's hood.
- David Peake: APEX 4.2 New Features
David Peake, PM for Oracle Application Express, gives a quick overview of some of the new APEX features.
- Greg Marsden: Hugepages = Huge Performance on Linux
Greg Marsden of Oracle's Linux Kernel Engineering Team talks about some common customer performance questions and making the most of Oracle Linux 6 and Transparent HugePages.
- John Hurley: NEOOUG and GLOC 2013
Northeast Ohio Oracle User Group president John Hurley talks about the background and success of the 2013 Great Lakes Oracle Conference.