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Time: 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM
Track: Track 1
Major database upgrades provide an opportunity to review and possibly refine existing database architecture. For example, the release of Oracle 11gR2 coincided with availability of faster, more scalable CPUs. Memory has become increasingly affordable during the lifetime of Oracle 12cR1. The next release is likely to be accompanied by significant changes in I/O as the industry shifts from spinning disks to SSD. This session takes a look at the ways in which Oracle uses I/O; discusses how to measure existing and to calculate future performance, and identifies areas where improvements may be achieved.
Julian Dyke is an independent consultant specialising in Oracle RAC, Data Guard and performance tuning. He has over 25 years of database experience including 20 years as an Oracle DBA, developer and consultant. He is an Oracle ACE and a member of the Oak Table network. He is a former Chair of the UKOUG RAC & HA SIG. He regularly presents at conferences, seminars and user group meetings in the UK, Europe and the around the world and has written articles and white papers for various publications. His website is www.juliandyke.com
- Julian Dyke, JulianDyke.com