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Announcement: “Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning” Seminar – Australia/NZ Winter Dates March 14, 2019

Posted by Richard Foote in Oracle Indexes, Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning Seminar.

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I’m very excited to announce the first public running of my new “Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning” Seminar throughout Australia and New Zealand this coming winter 2019. (See my Oracle Performance Diagnostics and Tuning Seminar page for all the seminar content and details).

This is a must attend seminar aimed at Oracle professionals (both DBAs and Developers) who are interested in Performance Tuning.  The seminar will detail how to maximise the performance of both Oracle databases and associated applications and how to diagnose and address any performance issues as quickly and effectively as possible.

When an application suddenly runs “slow” or when people start complaining about the “poor performance” of the database, there’s often some uncertainty in how to most quickly and most accurately determine the “root” cause of any such slowdown and effectively address any associated issues. In this seminar, we explore a Tuning Methodology that helps Oracle professionals to both quickly and reliably determine the actual causes of performance issues and so ensure the effectiveness of any applied resolutions.

Looking at a number of real world scenarios and numerous actual examples and test cases, this seminar will show participants how to confidently and reliably diagnose performance issues. The seminar explores in much detail the various diagnostics tools and reports available in Oracle to assist in determining any database performance issue and importantly WHEN and HOW to effectively use each approach. Additionally, participants are also invited to share their own database/SQL reports where we can apply the principles learnt in diagnosing the performance of their actual databases/applications (we can communicate prior to the event on how to best get any reports of interest).

One of the more common reasons for poor Oracle performance is inefficient or poorly running SQL. This seminar explores in much detail how SQL is executed within the Oracle database, the various issues and related concepts important in understanding why SQL might be inefficient and the many capabilities and features Oracle has in helping to both resolve SQL performance issues and to maintain the stability and reliability of SQL execution.

It’s a fun, but intense, content rich seminar that is suitable for people of all experiences (from beginners to seasoned Oracle professionals).

As usual, class sizes will be intentionally small to ensure all attendees get the maximum educational benefit from seminar. Early bird rates are available so please book early to avoid disappointment as I don’t get the opportunity to run these events very often.

Dates for the upcoming seminars in Australia/New Zealand:

Sydney: 22-23 July (Training Choice, 60 Clarence St): Registration Link

Canberra: 24-25 July (Training Choice, 54 Marcus Clark St): Registration Link

Brisbane: 29-30 July (Training Choice, 88 Creek St): Registration Link

Melbourne: 31 July – 1 August (Training Choice, 50 Queen St): Registration Link

Perth: 5-6 August (Training Choice, 2/220 St Georges Terrace): Registration Link

Adelaide: 7-8 August (Training Choice, 19 Young St): Registration Link

Wellington: 19-20 August (Auldhouse, Jackson Stone House 11 Hunter St): Registration Link

Auckland: 21-22 August (Karstens, Level 4, 205 Queen Street): Registration Link


I’ll soon announce dates for a seminar in my native London, UK and the first series of webinars for this training. Stay tuned !!

If you have any questions at all, please contact me at richard@richardfooteconsulting.com


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