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A Big Set of Oracle Presentations from NYOUG
Published Friday, August 26, 2005 by Radoslav Rusinov | E-mail this post
On the web site of The New York Oracle Users Group (NYOUG) you can find some very interesting presentations from the recent NYOUG events:June 2005Things You “Know” - from Tom Kyte, Oracle CorporationResource Mapping: A Wait Time-Based Methodology for Database Performance Analysis – from Matt Larson, Confio SoftwarePresents the Resource Mapping Methodology and how it can be used for Wait-Event Analysis.March 2005Interpreting Execution Plans – from the OCM DBA in Oracle9i Tanel Põder, integrid.infoDecember 2004Backup and Recovery - A Completeness Check - from Michael S. Abbey, The Pythian GroupWhat must be the strategy for checking of your backups.Oracle Real Application Clusters: Expert Advice on Using RAC – from Darron Clark, Oracle CorporationWhy should I choose Real Application Clusters?If you want to understand why the RAC may be is not the best solution for you, take a look here: You Probably Don't Need RACNew and Improved Methods for Administering Your Database - from Howard Horowitz, HGH ConsultingGood overview of some of the new features coming with Oracle 10g.November 2004Change Data Capture in Oracle 10g - from Jack Raitto, CDC Development Manager, Oracle CorporationSometimes you need to know what information has been changed in your database. It may be for reports or as a part of an elaborate ETL process. If the database wasn't designed with this in mind, you may have to develop a custom solution. This can be a costly and error-prone process including triggers and big inefficient queries. The alternative is to use Oracle's 9i feature - Change Data Capture (CDC). This is a nice solution and completely independent from the rest of the database design. June 2004Oracle 10g Feature: RMAN Incrementally Updated Backups - from Dave Anderson, SkillBuildersUsing 10046 trace data to resolve Oracle performance issues - A review of three case studies (Paper, Presentation) - from Jeff Holt and Gary Goodman, Hotsos Enterprises, Ltd.Oracle 10g (OCP) Certification Preparation - from Howard HorowitzThe best information that I have ever found for 1Z0-040 exam, 91 pages full with examples, screenshots and helpful information for everyone who is planning to go for this exam.The same document but with added notes inside the presentation: Oracle 10g (OCP) Certification PreparationAnother document from the same author: Oracle Certification Preparation (OCP) / Hidden TreasuresSome of the old ones:V$Views: Don't Leave $Home Without Them - Michael Bell, BMCORA-3113's, 600's and 7445's Oh My! - Anita Bardeen, Oracle CorporationVery helpful info (coming from Oracle employee) about three scary Oracle errors: ORA-3113 - "end-of-file on communication channel", ORA-600 and ORA-7445 - "exception encountered core dump"Special: Oracle Support Answers Your Questions (Presentation, Paper) – Mike Fleck, Oracle SupportIf you want to understand what are the common reasons for TAR requests and what are the roles and responsibilities inside the Oracle Support team.
For a full set of the NYOUG presentations: NYOUG PresentationsNote: Some of the links for the presentations are broken.
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