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    Oracle Database In-Memory - Getting Started and Best Practices


     

    Oracle Database In-Memory is the industry-leading in-memory database technology, seamlessly accelerating analytics as well as improving mixed workload enterprise OLTP applications on databases of any size. Join Oracle Product Management to learn how to get started with Database In-Memory, how to identify which objects to populate in memory, how to identify which indexes to drop, and details on how to integrate with other performance enhancing features of Oracle Database. This session will also describe how Database In-Memory works to speed up your analytic workload and will provide a step-by-step guide on how to configure Oracle Database to get the biggest performance benefits.

    Benefits:

    1. Learn why columnar formatting is so much faster than traditional row based formats for analytic queries.

    2. Learn how existing applications can take advantage of Database In-Memory without changing any application code.

    3. The attendee will learn how Database In-Memory's features can be used to further improve performance.

    Who should watch: 

    This session is targeted at DBAs, Application Architects and Developers who are responsible for delivering, or rely on, high performance analytics in their organizations. Individuals new to Oracle Database In-Memory as well as those who are already familiar with the technology will find this session useful


    Speaker:

    Andy Rivenes, Product Manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory

    Biography: Andy Rivenes is a Product Manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory. Prior to that Andy was a Product Manager for Heat Map, Automatic Data Optimization, SecureFiles and DBFS. Andy has spent a large part of his career managing Oracle databases and he now spends his time helping customers implement Database In-Memory as well as providing information about Database In-Memory through blogs, conferences, and customer visits. You can visit the Database In-Memory blog at https://blogs.oracle.com/in-memory or follow his tweets as @TheInMemoryGuy.

     

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