Get your Swagger back in Oracle and Hadoop!
We are pleased to invite you to the Ohio Oracle Users Group (OOUG) second Quarter meeting on May 26 2016. Tanel is the CEO of Gluent,Inc, Oak Table Author and Oracle ACE Director. He will give us insight into Oracle Performance troubleshooting and Hadoop. Enjoy a full day of education and networking with an Oracle/Hadoop Expert. This meeting will truly enhance your knowledge. Come on out and learn and get your swagger back in technology. We look forward to seeing you!
Please visit the Oracle Users Group Website and Register for the event at http://www.ooug.org/ and
Quest Business Center
8405 Pulsar Pl,
Columbus, OH 43240
· Individual Yearly Membership $30 + Paypal Fee (Online registration) OR
· Individual Yearly Membership $30 (Personal Check at the door)
(covers all OOUG Meeting for a year – excludes premium meetings)
08:00a – 09:00: Registration / Breakfast
09:00a – 09:15: Announcements -Introduction of the speaker
09:15a – 10:30: Systematic Oracle performance troubleshooting with Active Session History
10:30a – 10:45: Break
10:45a – 11:45: Modern Linux tools for application & performance troubleshooting
11:45a – 01:00: Lunch
01:00p – 02:00: What is Hadoop and why it is important
02:00p – 02:15: Break
02:15p – 03:30: Connecting Oracle and Hadoop
03:30p – 03:45: Member Announcements, Gift Drawings
“Hi, I am Tanel Poder, a long time computer performance geek, also an entrepreneur. I’m interested in data, databases, Linux and Hadoop. After 18 years of working in Oracle Database performance space and helping customers all over the world, I co-founded Gluent Inc. that liberates enterprise data from silos in old world platforms into the modern new world.”
My past (and present) includes being an:
* Oracle & Exadata Performance Optimizer, Troubleshooter, Consultant, Speaker, Trainer
* Hadoop & Linux enthusiast
* Oracle Certified Master DBA
* Oracle ACE Director
* The OakTable Network member
Systematic Oracle performance troubleshooting with Active Session History
Oracle’s Active Session History is a very powerful tool that gives you both a database-wide activity overview and the ability to drill down into individual applications and sessions. Starting from Oracle 11g you can drill down even to execution plan line level. In this session, I will show you the latest tools, scripts and techniques I am using for troubleshooting Oracle performance issues.
Modern Linux tools for application & performance troubleshooting
In this session we will look into some practical tools and techniques for troubleshooting application behavior and performance on Linux. We will not use the traditional system-wide “server utilization” approach, but will drill down into individual processes activity. After reviewing some classic tools like strace, we will explore the /proc filesystem that allows us to peek into Linux kernel-land and tools that allow reporting exact process-level IO and memory usage.
What is Hadoop and why it is important
In this session I’ll explain why I have become a fan of Hadoop. Hadoop is here to stay – as a core data infrastructure component – in every single enterprise. I will explain the various different data processing tools available on Hadoop, including common SQL-on-Hadoop engines. This should help you to get started with learning Hadoop too!
Connecting Oracle and Hadoop
Despite the changes that modern “New World” infrastructure brings, your existing applications and database systems are not going away. The shift will take many years, applications stay around for legacy reasons, database engines like Oracle will still be the best choice for complex transactional systems and ERP. So, the old and new worlds will co-exist in a hybrid way. Data connectivity between these worlds is needed. In this session I will explain the typical tools you can use for getting data in to Hadoop from Oracle and vice versa – and how to query Hadoop big data sources in your existing databases and apps.