Introducing Andy Tremayne, Guest Author

I'm very pleased to welcome Andy Tremayne as a new contributor to this blog.  He's a colleague in my team and has been a key part of our team that optimizes performance of the E-Business Suite.  Andy has published a wealth of performance-related papers both internally and externally, highlights of which he's planning to write about in future articles on this site.

Here's a short bio:

Andy Tremayne is an Applications Performance Architect working in the Applications Performance Group (APG), which is a part of Oracle Development.

He has worked with Oracle E-Business Suite since 1992 and with performance since 1998. His primary focus is working with customers on system performance issues, but also works with several groups in Oracle.

In addition to being a fully qualified Electrical and Electronic Engineer, he holds a BSc (Hons) in Computing and Informatics, which focuses on the development of information systems in a business context.

He has presented several performance papers and been a panel member at several Oracle affiliated conferences and is the author of the Oracle Applications Performance Tuning Handbook.


Hi Steve

What a great addition to the Blog team.

I look forward to his articles.. indeed ,it was a real need to address someone focussing on major performance issues in EBS.

welcome aboard Andy cannot wait to see your posts


Posted by Sanjit Anand on November 21, 2007 at 10:03 AM PST #

Welcome aboard Andy !

Performance of JVM's and other Middle Tier Components along with correct sizing issues with Oracle E-Business Suite is the # 1 problem we see in Applications TEchnology Performance Group in Oracle ATG Support.

Your wealth of information would be a great asset to this blog and to our customers !


Applications Technology Group

Posted by Mohammed Yakoob on November 21, 2007 at 01:37 PM PST #

Hi Andy,

I am really looking forward to hearing about all the useful tips & tricks you have in your head.

Welcome on-board.


Andrew McCurdy

Posted by Andie McCurdy on November 21, 2007 at 07:40 PM PST #

Welcome aboard Andy,
can you please ponit me to documant published by you about performance tuninig for oracle applications.

Posted by Fadi Hasweh on November 22, 2007 at 12:28 AM PST #

Hi Fadi,

You can find my most recent paper Analyzing Memory vs Performance of Apps 11i & 12 Clients on Steven's Blog. I was part of the team that put together the Tuning Oracle E-Business Suite presentation for Oracle OpenWorld, which I highly recommend.


- Andy

Posted by Andy Tremayne on November 26, 2007 at 06:38 AM PST #

thanks andy,
good document.

Posted by Fadi Hasweh on November 26, 2007 at 03:45 PM PST #

Andy, Can you tell me how you are doing the "Application Tuning" referenced on pages 52 - 55 of your presentation here...

It makes total sense. But how are you doing it? Forms Personalizations or something easier?

Here is an OTN post where I asked the question for you reference...



Posted by Joe on April 26, 2013 at 04:02 PM PDT #

Hi Joe, Well you found me eventually. The PDFs are not the best format with this type of presentation and I have been meaning to find time to write a paper on this. There is nothing special (personalization etc) and you will be able to replicate the examples using a standard Vision install. The "trick" here is that a lot of the information about the items and shipments can be setup at the org/vendor/site level and then on the specific items. The ones that I chose were standard and I don't have the information on how to setup all the defaults (which I am sure will be your next question) - unfortunately I never had the time, but I am sure that all this is covered in the functional docs.
In case it's not clear (I think this was based on Vision 12.0 - user operations)
Standard Entry
Enter Supplier Baxter [TAB]
Enter Item 0001 [TAB] select 0001-0120H from LOV
Enter Qty 1
Enter Price 1
Click Shipments
Enter Org V2 [TAB]
Enter Ship-To A [TAB] select Addison TX from LOV
Enter Need By
Click Distributions [Save] [Approve] [Ok]

Tuned Entry
Enter Supplier Global [TAB]
Enter Item F80000 [TAB]
Enter Qty 1
[Save] [Approve] [Ok]

If you need any further info. or ideas on specific WAN issues then please ask your account manager for my email address.

Posted by Andy Tremayne on April 30, 2013 at 11:07 AM PDT #

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