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Announcement: New “Oracle Indexing Internals and Best Practices” Webinar – 19-23 November 2019 in USA Friendly Time Zone September 2, 2019

Posted by Richard Foote in Indexing Webinar.

I’m very excited to announce a new Webinar series for my highly acclaimed “Oracle Indexing Internals and Best Practices” training event, running between 19-23 November 2019 !!

Indexes are fundamental to every Oracle database and are crucial for optimal performance. However, there’s an incredible amount of misconception, misunderstanding and pure myth regarding how Oracle indexes function and should be maintained. Many applications and databases are sub-optimal and run inefficiently primarily because an inappropriate indexing strategy has been implemented.

This webinar examines most available Oracle index structures/options and discusses in considerable detail how indexes function, how/when they should be used and how they should be maintained. A key component of the webinar is how indexes are costed and evaluated by the Cost Based Optimizer (CBO) and how appropriate data management practices are vital for an effective indexing strategy.  It also covers many useful tips and strategies to maximise the benefits of indexes on application/database performance and scalability, as well as in maximising Oracle database investments. Much of the material is exclusive to this seminar and is not generally available in Oracle documentation or in Oracle University courses.

For details of all the extensive content covered in the webinars, please visit my Indexing Seminar page.

The webinars will run for 4 hours each day, spanning a full week period (Monday to Friday) in a USA friendly time zone (it will actually be running Tuesday-Saturday in Australian time zones).

So that’s 15+ hours of extensive and practical content that will be of benefit to not only DBAs, but also to Developers, Solution Architects and anyone else interested in designing, developing or maintaining high performance Oracle-based applications.

The webinar series is scheduled as follows:

  • 19 – 23 November 2019 (7am – 11am AEDT)

Note: Because of time zone differences, this will actually run between Monday 18 – Friday 22 November in the USA. The USA local running times will be between 3pm-7pm on the Eastern Coast and between 12pm-4pm on the Western Coast.

The cost of the 5 x day series will be $1500.00 Australian Dollars (+GST if applicable and attending from within Australia).

Note: Numbers are strictly limited to ensure the smooth running of these events and enable the opportunity for all attendees to ask questions. Some of my previous webinars have  officially been FULL, so please register early to avoid disappointment as webinars are not scheduled too regularly. 

Booking and Payment Instructions

You can pay for these webinars directly here if NOT attending from Australia:

Webinar Series: 19-23 November 2019 (7am AEDT – 11am AEDT): Buy Now Button


Alternatively if you’re attending from Australia or require an invoice, please email me at richard@richardfooteconsulting.comand I will send you an invoice with payment instructions. You can pay either by credit card via PayPal (you do not need a PayPal account for this), via a PayPal account or via direct bank transfer. Note: payment must be received before being registered for the webinar.

Once registered, you will be sent a unique link for each booking with instructions on how to attend the webinar. Prior to the webinar, you will also be sent a soft copy of the webinar materials, with 850+ pages of amazing content, that includes many useful tips and strategies to maximise the benefits of indexes on application/database performance and scalability.

Up to date details and terms and conditions can be found at my Indexing Webinar web page.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Hopefully you can join us for what is always a rewarding training experience 🙂


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