Friday, February 11, 2011

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Contributor

Oracle Experts Launch Day of Real World Performance Tour for Oracle Customers

Hosted by the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) beginning February 21, 2011, the Day of Real World Performance event series is a one-time-only opportunity for Oracle customers and partners to learn more about database performance from the Oracle experts who literally wrote the book.

The IOUG Day of Real World Performance tour, which starts on the U.S. West Coast, moves east across the nation, and then travels on to Europe, is a very interactive event featuring—for the first time on stage together—these Oracle performance experts:

Tom Kyte: Author of the popular AskTom Blog

Andrew Holdsworth: Head of Oracle's real world performance group

Graham Wood: Oracle performance architect and the father of the key components of Oracle Database 11g's intelligent performance infrastructure—Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM), Active Session History (ASH), and Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)

These Oracle experts will debate, discuss and delineate the best practices for designing hardware architectures, deploying Oracle databases, and developing applications that deliver the fastest possible performance for your business.

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