I am Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2012
Sep 28, 2012 / By Christo Kutrovsky
Just came back from a client’s engagement, and heading to Oracle OpenWorld in just a few hours!
This year I ended up with two exciting sessions. I would invite you to pre-register, but they are already packed! You are welcome to join the waiting list, and I highly suggest you to do so if you like them.
My IOUG Sunday session is:
The Answers to Free Memory, Swap, Oracle Database, and Everything – UGF6886
9/30/12 (Sunday) 9:00 AM – Moscone West – 2016
This is my usual Memory presentation, updated with the newest kernel additions and personal discoveries. If you like to understand how memory works with the database in mind – this is the session to go to.
My Monday OpenWorld session is:
Measuring Performance in Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux – CON6699
10/1/12 (Monday) 12:15 PM – Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate C3
This is a new session, covering the OS. What tools to use, how to interpret the numbers, where else can you go – again with a database focus. I am really excited about this session. I inherited it from Gwen Shapira, but now I am super hyped about it. I think DBAs will learn a lot of cool tricks for the OS and be much more comfortable using the tools it offers. It also covers Exadata specifics as things a little bit different when all your IOs is “network” based.
Looking forward to meet you all at OpenWorld. I will be using Twitter for updates, something I only do at conferences. Hit me up @kutrovsky.