July 2014 Meeting

Craig Shallahamer

Training Day :    Go Faster: Make Oracle Work For You!

Date :  July 17th, 2014

The OOUG would like to welcome you to our Go Faster: Make Oracle Work For You training day. This is a great one-day training session about Oracle database performance taught by Craig Shallahamer, an ACE Director. The class is perfect for Oracle Database versions 8i, 9i, 10g, 11g and 12c.  We hope you can join the seminar!

Location :    Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
5600 Post Rd  Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550

To register:   http://www.ooug.org or email mbrown7@prodigy.net

Cost:  $350 for non-members, $300 for members
Bonus:  All attendees will get a coupon for 10% off Craig’s online video training as well.

Go Faster: Make Oracle Work For You

Oracle DBAs find it difficult to get complete and correct information about how the database engine works. Even when bits of truth are collected, consolidating the data into a useful performance optimizing solution is complicated. When a diagnosis is incomplete or the DBA doesn’t understand why a solution improves performance, solution creation becomes a guessing game resulting in haphazard performance improvements.
In this seminar you will learn how selected areas of Oracle work together. The topics are updated constantly (including Oracle 12c) to make this seminar fresh for each audience. Care is given as to why performance solutions work and how to make them usable and practical in a complex and highly available production environment.
Craig is a long time Oracle DBA (1989) who specializes in Oracle performance. He is also an Oracle ACE Director, performance researcher and blogger, consultant, author of two books (Oracle Performance Firefighting, Forecasting Oracle Performance), an enthusiastic conference speaker, and a passionate teacher to thousands of Oracle professionals. He is the founder and president of OraPub, creator of the performance analysis tool, Stori, and clearly pushes the teaching envelope with his online seminars.  His blog, A Wider View, is where to find his most recent public performance research.

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