Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Hotsos Symposium 2011 - Day 2

Today, Margaret Norman taught us about "Moving to 11g Statistics".

Doug Gault taught and entertained us with "Mining Oracle Application Express 4.0, Debug Data for Hidden Performance Trends".

Doug Burns had more on "Statistics for Partitioned Objects".

Friedrich Pfeiffer taught us "How (Not) to Do a Hardware Sizing for a Large Oracle Data Warehouse".

Wolfgang Breitling led us through his "Time Series Analysis for Statspack and AWR".

Riyaj Shamsudeen gave us "Advanced RAC Troubleshooting, Parts I and II".

Maria Colgan gave us the "Top Tips to Get Optimal SQL Execution All the Time".

Miladin Modravic gave us "Oracle Diagnostic Events in 11g".

Our buddy behind the camera, Dan Fink's topic was "Variance Analysis, Profiling, and Trending Using ASH and AWR".

Dr. Neil Gunther led us through "Brooks, Cooks, and Response Time Scalability".

Mahesh Vallampati made sure there was "Enough Blame to Go Around".

Alex Gorbachev taught us "Database I/O Performance: Measuring and Planning".

Tim Gorman gave us "Forensic Analysis Using AWR and ASH".

After all these great presentations, our attendees' brains were full, and they needed to let off a little steam at the Hotsos "Swamp Stomp". See below for how they cut loose.

So, make plans now to attend next year. We promise you'll have a stompin' good time!

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