Oracle ACE Director Craig A Shallahamer is presenting on Oracle Buffer Cache Internals for DBAs
While Oracle's buffer cache consists entirely of database blocks, the buffer headers and the supporting lists/chains are what makes the buffer cache a consistent topic of importance, interest, and challenge
Craig will role play as a server process performing a variety of server process activities. Key buffer cache structures, CPU consumption, wait events and more
Researcher, writer and teacher focused on Oracle performance analysis. 24+ technical papers. Authored multiple books on performance. Blog A Wider View
Creator and teacher of Advanced Oracle Performance Analysis, Oracle Performance Firefighting, and the Oracle Forecasting & Predictive Analysis courses
After nine years with Oracle Corporation in which he co-founded the Core Technologies and the System Performance Groups, in 1998 he left Oracle to start OraPub Inc
Craig is doing a series of DBA courses in Perth. See below for info
221 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Register now for this premier Oracle user Group Conference - being held 29-30 October 2012 at Parmelia Hilton Hotel Perth.
Two days of sessions followed by Real World Performance Day on 31 October 2012.
To find out more visit AUSOUG Oracle with 20:20 Foresight Conference Perth
DBA Training Courses - Craig A. Shallahamer
10% discount for AUSOUG members when registering for both courses - use promotion code ASOUG79
Limited to 12 students. I keep my classes relatively small so I have plenty of time to work directly with students
Title: Oracle Performance Firefighting 2012
Title: Advanced Oracle Performance Analysis 2012
Craig A. Shallahamer
Founder, OraPub - Oracle ACE Director
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