I currently have scheduled the following public appearances:
|2014-09-28||San Francisco (US)||I will present a paper entitled “Adaptive Query Optimization” at Oracle OpenWorld. The abstract is visible below.|
|2014-09-28||San Francisco (US)||I will cover the part about the query optimizer during the “12 Looks at Oracle Database 12c” session at Oracle OpenWorld. The abstract is visible below.|
|2014-09-29||San Francisco (US)||I will present a paper entitled “Indexes: Structure, Splits and Free Space Management Internals” at OakTable World.|
|2014-11-19||Nürnberg (DE)||I will present a paper entitled “Oracle Database 22.214.171.124 New Performance Features” at DOAG 2014. The abstract is visible below.|
|2014-12-08||Liverpool (GB)||I will present a paper entitled “Oracle Database In-Memory DB and the Query Optimizer” at UKOUG Tech14.|
|2014-12-09||Liverpool (GB)||I will present a paper entitled “Adaptive Query Optimization” at UKOUG Tech14. The abstract is visible below.|
- Adaptive Query Optimization: The aim of the query optimizer is not only to provide the SQL engine execution plans that describe how to process data but also, and more importantly, to provide efficient execution plans. Even though this central component of Oracle Database is enhanced with every new release, there are always cases where it generates suboptimal execution plans. The aim of this presentation is to describe and demonstrate how, with Adaptive Query Optimization, which is a set of features available as of Oracle Database 12c, the query optimizer is able to generate less suboptimal execution plans.
- 12 Looks at Oracle Database 12c: This session tries a new format: 12 experts from all over EMEA highlight 12 different aspects of Oracle Database 12c in short talks (five minutes each). Topics include:
1. Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c: What will it break?
2. The Oracle Database 12c optimizer
3. Oracle Data Pump enhancements in Oracle Database 12c
4. Pattern matching in Oracle Database 12c
5. PL/SQL security enhancements in Oracle Database 12c
6. Data redaction in Oracle Database 12c
7. A case for the multitenant architecture, even with a single PDB
8. How does Oracle SQL Developer manage multitenancy?
9. Multitenancy’s impact on SaaS (cloud applications)
10. What features will Oracle Database 12c offer traditional Oracle apps?
11. In-memory enables us to…?
12. Multitenancy in standard edition: (how) does this work?
- Oracle Database 126.96.36.199 New Performance Features: Even though 188.8.131.52 is “only” a patch set, it introduces a number of very interesting performance features. In-Memory Column Store is the most well known in this area. But, be aware that a number of additional features that, for example, help with optimizing the physical storage and the caching of data are also available. The aim of this session is to explain and demonstrate how these new features work.
A list of past public appearances can be seen here.