I currently have scheduled the following public appearances:
|2013-11-14||Hamburg (DE)||Oracle Database 12c Release 1 TechnoCircle – Together with a colleague of mine I will present a one-day seminar organized by Trivadis. Detailed information (in German) is available here.|
|2013-11-21||Nürnberg (DE)||I will present a paper entitled “Query Optimizer 12c – Was ist neu?” at DOAG 2013. The abstract is available below.|
|2013-12-03||Manchester (UK)||I will present a session entitled “The Query Optimizer in Oracle Database 12c – What’s New?” at OakTable World UK 2013. The abstract is available below.|
|2013-12-04||Manchester (UK)||I will present a master class entitled “Execution Plans” at UKOUG Technology Conference 2013. The abstract is available below.|
|2013-12-10||Lugano (CH)||Oracle Database 12c Release 1 TechnoCircle – Together with a colleague of mine I will present a one-day seminar organized by Trivadis.|
- Query Optimizer 12c – Was ist neu?: Mit jedem neuen Release wird der Query Optimizer verbessert. 12c ist da keine Ausnahme. Diese Präsentation zeigt die zentralen Verbesserungen in den folgenden Bereichen: Adaptive Query Optimization Techniques, Object Statistics und Plan Stability. Jede Verbesserung wird anhand von einer Demo live gezeigt und gibt Aufschluss wie das Feature in der Praxis zum Einsatz kommt und welchen Applikationsvorteil es bringt.
- The Query Optimizer in Oracle Database 12c – What’s New?: With every new release, the query optimizer is enhanced. Oracle Database 12c is no exception to the rule. Specifically, it introduces key improvements in the following areas: adaptive query optimization techniques, object statistics and plan stability. The aim of this presentation is to review the new features from a practical point of view as well as to point out challenges related to them. In other words, to let you know what you can expect from the query optimizer when you upgrade to Oracle Database 12c.
- Execution Plans: An execution plan describes the operations carried out by the SQL engine to execute a SQL statement. Whenever you deal with an execution plan, you carry out three basic actions: you obtain it, you interpret it, and you judge its efficiency. The aim of this session is to describe in detail how you should perform these three actions.
A list of past public appearances can be seen here.