Upcoming Events

The month of June is shaping up to be jam packed with great Oracle conference all across the global and I’m fortunate enough to have the opportunity participate in 3 of them  and hope to catch up with a lot of folks in person.

So where can you find me?

Oracle Gebruikersclub Holland Tech Experience 2017
On June 15th and 16th some of the best and brightest members of the Oracle community in the Netherlands will gather for a two day conference that will include sessions on the Oracle Database, SQL, Fusion Middleware and much more. I’m fortunate enough to be delivering 3 sessions at this event:

Oracle Database 12c and DevOps
In this session I’ll demonstrate how a web developer and a DBA must work together to build a new cloud-based application for the recently acquired coffee shops chain. During the course of the session I will demonstrate how they used Docker containers and a selection of Database 12c features to quickly develop the application before deploying it in the Oracle Cloud.

Explaining the Explain Plan
The execution plan for a SQL statement can often seem complicated and hard to understand. Determining if the execution plan you are looking at is the best plan or attempting to improve a poorly performing plan can be a daunting task. In this session I will break down the different aspects of an execution plan from selectivity to parallel execution and explains what information you should be gleaming from the plan and how it affects the execution.

Oracle Database In-Memory: Deep Dive
In this session I will share a detailed explanation of what you can expect from Oracle Database In-Memory in 12.2. Using real-world examples we will demonstrate how it provides further orders of magnitude improvements in performance, while also greatly increasing in-memory capacity, fault-tolerance, and ease of use.

AOUG User Conference 2017
The AOUG user conference on June 20th is the largest Oracle technologies event in Austria and looks to be an action packed day with 28 sessions in all. Gerald Venzl (home town hero) and I were lucky enough to be asked to deliver the keynote session. In this session we will do a live demo of how to get a java, web-based application up and running using Oracle Database 12c in the cloud in less than 1 hour. We will illustrate how a combination of new 12c functionality used in conjunction with some of the classic Oracle Database features provides a robust platform for agile applications.

Kscope17
Kscope17 is the annual conference of the Oracle Development Tools User Group, and will be taking place June 25 – June 29, in San Antonio, TX. This is a great conference for Oracle developers and architects, offering some of the best content by renowned experts. I am lucky enough to be involved in five sessions this year around database performance.

The Database Sunday Symposium
On Sunday, June 25th, I will be doing 2 TED style talks on database performance as part of the Database Symposium.

The Future of Database
Database architectures are fundamentally changing due to new technologies and new requirements. Organizations must understand and embrace these transformations to thrive in the future. In this session I’ll explain the transformations we are seeing today and what to expect in future.

Explaining the Explain Plan
The execution plan for a SQL statement can often seem complicated and hard to understand. Determining if the execution plan you are looking at is the best plan or attempting to improve a poorly performing plan can be a daunting task. In this session I will break down the different aspects of an execution plan from selectivity to parallel execution and explains what information you should be gleaming from the plan and how it affects the execution.

 

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2 Responses to Upcoming Events

  1. Paul says:

    Hi Maria,
    Thank you for your excellent presentations in Amersfoort last week.
    Are you willing to share your keynote of the first day (in pdf or something)? I’d like to try the steps of JSON myself as you demonstrated them.
    Thanks again!

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