5 days left to vote for sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 on Oracle Mix

June 16th, 2011

Oracle has opened Suggest-a-Session on Oracle Mix. Suggest-a-Session is your opportunity to both submit your own presentation ideas as well as vote on the sessions that interest you. I’ve submitted 4 sessions. To vote on them simply click on the link:

Primary session:

  • A formal SQL tuning methodology: Visual SQL Tuning

others I posted

  • Harnessing AWR and ASH via command line and graphics
  • NFS vs Fiber Channel
  • Dtrace: the ultimate performance tool

Also check out the presentations in Suggest-a-Session from Pythian

Sessions from illustrious Oaktable members

Riyaj Shamsudeen

  • Administering Parallel execution in RAC
  • RAC or Not, Here I come!
  • Tools and techniques for advanced debugging in Solaris & Linux
  • Tuning log file sync event
  • Considerations for optimal setup in RAC

Frits Hoogland

  • Exadata explained

Randolf Geist

  • How to read and understand Execution Plans
  • Query Transformations

Marco Gralike

  • XFILES, The APEX 4 Version: The Truth is in There…

Alex Gorbachev

  • Evaluating Oracle Exadata: Starring Roles for the Best Technology
  • Under The Hood of Oracle ASM: Fault Tolerance
  • Oracle Database Consolidation: Practical Chargeback Methods
  • Amazon RDS, EC2 and S3 for Oracle Databases
  • Monitoring MySQL with Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
  • Database I/O Performance: Measuring and Planning

Richard Foote

  • A Q&A Session With Richard Foote on Oracle Indexes
Dominic Delmolino
  • DevOps for DBAs

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  2. June 23rd, 2011 at 19:43 | #1

    Follow up: check out this fascinating analysis of the voting

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