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:
- Optimizing the Optimizer: Essential SQL Tuning Tips and Techniques – Mughees Minhas, Benoit Dageville, Khaled Yagoub; Oracle
- 10 Things We Like About Oracle Database 10g Release 2 – Thomas Kyte, Oracle; Cary Millsap, Hotsos
- PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards, and Oracle E-Business Suite Integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware – Amit Zavery, Vijay Tella; Oracle
- The Future of Database and Information Technology – Juan Loaiza, Jay Davison, George Claborn; Oracle
- Understanding Shared Pool Memory Structures: Tips on How to Optimize Usage and Avoid Errors – Russell Green, John Beresniewicz, Leng Tan; Oracle
- Take the Guesswork Out of Database I/O Tuning – Ara Shakian, Nitin Vengurlekar, Bill Bridge; Oracle
- Tuning Oracle SQL in the Real World – Mark Gurry, MGA
- 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
- Performance Diagnostics Demystified: Best Practices for Oracle Database 10g – Graham Wood, Karl Dias, Prabhaker Gongloor; Oracle
- 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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on 17 Nov 05
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