Day 3 of Hotsos Symposium 2011 started off with Margaret Norman and "how to Set Up Stable Parallel Execution".
Karl Arao talked about "Mining the AWR Repository for Capacity Planning, Visualization and Other Real World Stuff".
Toon Koppelaars took us through "Triggers Considered Harmful, Considered Harmful".
Gary Propeck walked us through "The CBO's Look at Clusters, IOT's, Partitions, and Other Objects".
Maria Colgan taught us how to "Implement Best Practices for Extremem Performance with Oracle Data Warehousing".
Mark Farnham went through his "Physical Ordering of Data: Is It Ever Useful?"
Tanel Põder shot his way through "Troubleshooting the Most Complex Oracle Performance Problem I've Ever Seen".
Tom Kyte summed up this year's Sym with "Just in Time".
To the attendees, "thank you" for making this another great Sym! To the speakers, "thank you" for the informative presentations and networking opportunities you provide to the attendees. Special "thank you's" to our keynote speaker, Kerry Osborne, and Training Day instructor, Karen Morton.
Tomorrow...Karen Morton, all day, at Training Day. Can't wait!