Performance and Tuning Improvements in 11.5.10

This is a little belated, but better late than never.  In case you haven't noticed, the Applications Technology Group jumped on the podcasting bandwagon last year.  A number of Apps-related podcasts have been recorded, and some of them touch on techstack topics. 


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Admittedly, many of these are introductory rather than in-depth discussions of technical topics, but that may be useful if you're looking for a quick bite on a particular topic.  Look for podcasts with Cliff Godwin, the Sr. Vice President of the Applications Technology Group  -- these are generally more technical (rather than marketing-oriented) and complement this blog.

Ahmed Alomari, the head of our Applications Performance Group, has recorded an interesting Performance & Tuning podcast on performance improvements in our E-Business Suite.  Ahmed also touches on how Oracle Applications Tablespace Model (OATM) can ease some of the tablespace management requirements and improve runtime performance.  Also, if you're interested in performance monitoring, he quickly discusses tools Java 5 (1.5) monitoring tools, which we've touched on in earlier articles.

He also touches on the benefits of reducing latency by using WebCache compression rules for remote users, our latest purging and archive tools, performance benefits up upgrading to the 10g Database, and the top three tuning tips for optimizing Workflow performance.

Comments:

Hi Mike ,

"earlier articles." link doesn't work. Please update.

Regards,
Madhu

Posted by Madhu on January 19, 2009 at 02:36 PM PST #

Hello Madhu,

Thanks for letting us know. I have modified the link now, as it was pointing to the old sytle URL from before our switchover to Moveable Type

regards

Mike

Posted by Mike Shaw on January 19, 2009 at 04:58 PM PST #

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