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Did you miss the recent Virtual Technology Summit? It's cool. It's all available On Demand at: http://ora.cl/aZP

 

As the IT landscape shifts to the cloud, system performance and best practices for developing high-performance applications are more important than ever. So we gathered sessions for the Database track that provide a deep dive into application performance and development best practices that address key factors for Enterprise Big Data or Cloud Implementations. In-depth topics cover the newest tips and techniques for developing and deploying applications utilizing Oracle Database 12c Advanced features and capabilities. Get the latest performance and tuning tips, learn more about new generation application development with JSON, Node.JS and Oracle Database Cloud.
The VTS agenda also features sessions dedicated to the most recent capabilities of Oracle MySQL.

 

Session Topics include:

  • Oracle Database 12c SQL performance
  • Oracle Database Optimizer,
  • Oracle Database Cloud Services
  • Oracle JMS Sharded Queues
  • Schemaless App Development
  • JSON Support and node.js
  • MySQL Tuning
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager

To see the session list and abstracts, go to:   Database Track Agenda and Abstracts

 

If you would like to attend a live session, we have 1 more live sessions scheduled for the APAC region. Register now to watch and ask the experts the hard questions live!

 

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To view VTS Sessions from past events, join the OTN Database VTS Replay Library Group

 

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LKR

Oracle Ace Associate Kiran Tailor kt1 submitted an article for OTN a few weeks ago and as I edited this article, I wondered, how in the world did he come up with this idea? Was he facing a situation in his data warehouse? Was he wondering if there was an easier way to accomplish this? So I asked him, and he said:

 

Well the story goes:

 

We received the exalytics box at our company and it sat in the box for approx. 3 months, we didn’t even open the box.  When we did open the box, I decided to investigate how the machine works and that is how I was introduced to Timesten.  Our warehouse was only 350gb and this machine has much more memory, so I thought let’s try it and the with the help of the development teams in San Francisco and the UK it worked.  I would say ‘ Thinking outside the box’ J

 

Yes, I would agree. Take a look at his featured article in the Oracle Database OTN DBDEV library here: Using Oracle TimesTen on Exalytics as an Operational Data Store

 

Ciao for Now!

LKR