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Oracle OpenWorld Most Popular Sessions

So, what are the top ten most popular technical sessions of the 2005 Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco in terms of attendance? the answer has just been posted on OTN:

  1. Optimizing the Optimizer: Essential SQL Tuning Tips and Techniques – Mughees Minhas, Benoit Dageville, Khaled Yagoub; Oracle
  2. 10 Things We Like About Oracle Database 10g Release 2 – Thomas Kyte, Oracle; Cary Millsap, Hotsos
  3. PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards, and Oracle E-Business Suite Integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware – Amit Zavery, Vijay Tella; Oracle
  4. The Future of Database and Information Technology – Juan Loaiza, Jay Davison, George Claborn; Oracle
  5. Understanding Shared Pool Memory Structures: Tips on How to Optimize Usage and Avoid Errors – Russell Green, John Beresniewicz, Leng Tan; Oracle
  6. Take the Guesswork Out of Database I/O Tuning – Ara Shakian, Nitin Vengurlekar, Bill Bridge; Oracle
  7. Tuning Oracle SQL in the Real World – Mark Gurry, MGA
  8. What They Didn’t Print in the Doc: High-Availability Best Practices from Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture Team Gurus – Lawrence To, Oracle; Jeffrey McCormick, The Hartford; Saran Shanmugam, The Hartford
  9. Performance Diagnostics Demystified: Best Practices for Oracle Database 10g – Graham Wood, Karl Dias, Prabhaker Gongloor; Oracle
  10. Best Practices for Oracle Database 10g Backup and Recovery – Tim Chien, Oracle; Saran Shanmugam, The Hartford; Wei Hu, Oracle

Looks like performance and tuning were a big hit.

Download the above presentations and white papers from OTN.


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