Ascend 2022: Elevating Insights for the Oracle Community

Ascend is the Oracle user community event that unites functional users, IT professionals and expert resources for frank discussion and practical education to elevate insights and improve decision making, project planning and business operations. Make plans now reconnect with the Oracle community June 12-15, 2022 at the sleek and sophisticated ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Ascend conference attendees engaged in Q&A Presented by the Oracle Applications & Technology Users Group (OATUG) and Oracle HCM Users Group (OHUG), Ascend will deliver: Actionable insights Time- and money-saving strategies Opportunities to connect with potential partners and others in our global user

USA Postgres Vision 2022

Own your data, own your future. What Postgres Vision is all about Postgres is changing how the world’s data is organized. Data and databases are strategic to business and most of the world’s workloads are just beginning to move to open source. Enterprises that learn how to fully leverage their data hold the future in their hands. Postgres Vision 2022 is built to empower leaders to own their data and future. This free, virtual event brings together the world’s leading Postgres experts, users, and community members. Presentations will explore real-world user stories and new technologies harnessing the power of Postgres.

Creating a Million Virtual Threads Using Project Loom by A N M Bazlur Rahman

Project loom introduces virtual threads, lightweight threads that aim to dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and monitoring high-throughput concurrent applications with the Java platform. We need threads to achieve high throughput. However, threads are not cheap and limited in number. To get around this problem, various alternatives such as a reactive programming style have emerged. These techniques bypass creating a lot of threads but debugging becomes more difficult. This makes developers grumpy. However, with virtual threads, we no longer have to look for alternatives, which would make developers happy again. This talk will explore what virtual threads are,