February 22, 2019
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Let’s Talk Database with Richard Foote Workshop
With over 30 years of IT industry experience and recognised globally for his blogging and workshops on the latest Oracle Database technology and innovations, Richard brings a wealth of real world experience to these “Let’s Talk Database” sessions.
In this series, Richard will be sharing important indexing strategies that can be applied to effectively maximise both database performance and management practices.
Indexing and Partitioning: As databases get ever larger in size and complexity, the Oracle Partitioning option has become more common and a more important feature in Oracle database deployments. This presentation will look at some of the important indexing strategies that can be applied in a Partitioned Database environment in order to effectively maximise both database performance and database management practices. It will also discuss some newer features introduced in 12c R2 and 18c that simplifies the migration to an effective partitioning strategy.
He will also be discussing the various unique advantages on running Oracle Databases on the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA), some of the new features available on the ODA (including now Hybrid Columnar Compression), some uses cases for deploying Oracle Databases on the ODA and importantly, some of the more common mistakes and misunderstanding regarding how to best maintain an ODA environment.
Your Oracle Database Appliance, Your Way
Indexing with Partitioning
Richard Foote Consulting
Richard Foote has over 30 years’ experience in the IT Industry and is regarded as one of the leading DBA specialists and instructors in Australasia. In 1999, Richard Foote and Marcel Kratochvil won the second best paper award at Australia's OpenWorld for their ground breaking "Good DBA Bad DBA" presentation. Richard regularly presents at user group functions and international conferences.
In 2017, Richard was awarded the “Best Solutions Consultant Award” across all lines of business in the ANZ region. Check out his popular Blog on Oracle Indexes http://richardfoote.wordpress.com.
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