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Rarely used Performance Features – Part 2
January 18 @ 12:30 - 14:30Free
Session Abstract: There are some lesser-known performance features of the Oracle database – some of them added in recent versions – which could improve application performance significantly. Most of them are already part of the Enterprise Edition license without any additional license packs. Some of them are even available in Standard Edition. We’ll have a look at features like Index Compression, alternative storage options like Index Organized Tables and Clusters, as well as Attribute Clustering. We’ll also look at many smaller features that have been added recently, like Real-Time Materialized Views, Memoptimized Read/Write store, Parallel Execution enhancements, and many more.
Speakers: Randolf Eberle-Geist
Principal Consultant, oracle-performance.de
Randolf has been working with Oracle software for more than 25 years now, since 2000 as a freelance database consultant, focusing primarily on performance-related issues, in particular helping people to understand and unleash the power of the Oracle cost-based optimizer (CBO). A lot of related information is available on his blog and Youtube channel. Randolf is a regular speaker at some of the major Oracle user conferences and shares his knowledge as DOAG (German Oracle User Group) expert seminar instructor. Randolf is a proud member of the Oak Table Network and was part of the Oracle ACE Director program from 2011 to 2016 – his current status is “Oracle ACE Director Alumni”.