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Presenting at AUSOUG Connect 2018 Conference in Melbourne, 21 November 2018. November 18, 2018

Posted by Richard Foote in Connect 2018, Oracle Indexes.
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After initially not being in a position to make it this year, I will now be presenting at the AUSOUG Connect 2018 Conference in Melbourne this coming Wednesday, 21 November 2018.

My presentation will be:

12c Release 2 and 18c – New Indexing Related Features

Oracle Database 12.2 and 18.3 releases have introduced a number of extremely useful new indexing features and enhancements. These include cool capabilities such as automatically tracking index usage, advanced index compression enhancements, deferred invalidation of cursors during index creation/rebuild, automatic index maintenance during new online operations (such as online table moves and conversion to partitioned objects), JSON indexing enhancements, Memoptimized Rowstore and Scalable Sequences. There might even be an Oracle Database 19c surprise thrown in.

These will all be discussed in detail with practical examples on how they can be usefully deployed to improve overall database performance.

 

For all the conference details, see: https://www.ausoug.org.au/whats-on/connect-2018/melbourne/

This conference has a fabulous lineup and I’m really excited at being able to now take part in it all. A special thank you to the AUSOUG team for catering for me at such late notice.

Looking forward to catching up with many of my Aussie Oracle mates there 🙂

 

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